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Undressing the crime scene—addressing how to slow climate change: Nancy Judd at TEDxAcequiaMadre

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Published on Feb 14, 2013

Nancy Judd creates couture fashion sculptures from trash to raise awareness about pressing environmental concerns. How can a dress be an agent of change? Nancy Judd will undress Crime Scene—her most provocative garment to-date, to reveal the personal and planetary violence it embodies. She will also issue a call to action, reflecting current thinking on addressing global warming.

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