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Ten Highlights and Ten Thousand Thanks from Twenty Ten

Ten Highlights and Ten Thousand Thanks from Twenty Ten

With 2010 coming to a close, I want to pause to thank all those who helped make State of the World 2010 and its 14 translations a big success, and to reflect on 10 amazing moments from the year.

Making the Invisible Tangible

Have you ever wondered what an hour’s worth of paper grocery store bag usage looks like in America? Answer: like a forest. Watch Chris Jordan describe the process behind his art from the State of the World symposium.

Using Cultural Taboos to Reveal Our Consumer Culture

Take one part cultural analysis, one part dissection of consumerism, and one part feeding people taboo foods, and what do you have? The State of the World 2010 Symposium.