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- -: TEDxRainier - Chris Jordan - Midway Journey

January 8, 2012 (over 5 years ago)

As a photographic artist, Chris Jordan explores the detritus of contemporary mass culture, from photographs of mountains of garbage to photo-based conceptual works that visually connect the viewer to otherwise abstract statistics associated with the things we waste. In his Running the Numbers ser...

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- -: TEDxRainier - Chris Jordan - Midway Island

January 6, 2012 (over 5 years ago)

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- -: Chris Jordan: Picturing excess

June 23, 2008 (about 9 years ago)

http://www.ted.com Artist Chris Jordan shows us an arresting view of what Western culture looks like. His supersized images picture some almost unimaginable statistics -- like the astonishing number of paper cups we use every single day.

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- -: PopTech 2009 Thursday Highlights

October 23, 2009 (over 7 years ago)

The PopTech (http://poptech.org) 2009: America Reimagined conference is taking place in Camden, Maine from October 21-24, 2009 and streaming live at http://poptech.org/live. These are highlights from Thursday, October 22, 2009, including Erica Williamss passionate call to see her generation and t...

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- -: Chris Jordan: Polluting Plastics

April 20, 2010 (over 7 years ago)

Photographer Chris Jordan specializes in large-scale works that depict the magnitude of our consumerism and its impact on our environment. In one of the most emotional presentations at PopTech 2009, Jordan shares heart-wrenching images of birds killed by ingesting plastics that increasingly pollu...

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Charles Moore: The Seas of Plastic

February 1, 2009 (over 8 years ago)

Charles Moore shows how our overuse of plastic has become a deadly enemy of the oceans and the living things that depend on it.

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Source: TED

Chris Jordan: Chris Jordan Pictures Some Shocking Stats

February 1, 2008 (over 9 years ago)

Chris Jordan illustrates shocking statistics for audiences via his artwork with the aim of helping people change.

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Source: TED

Kevin Kelly: The Next 5,000 Days of the Web

December 1, 2007 (over 9 years ago)

In this talk, Kevin Kelly tells us about the World Wide Web. He provides us with a sense of what the Web currently is at 5,000 days old. He then ponders on the next 5,000 days and gives his take on what will happen in the years ahead.

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Source: TED

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