Over on the radio show we've been discussing the most important works of art over the last decade. Here are the relevant details in Dr. Rob's grandiose and self-important prose (edited by me for sanity): The key words here are “important” and “art.” For the purposes of this exercise, you may interpret the word art as really any product of human creativity, as long as it could be experienced by a reasonable number of people (i.e., not a poem your friend wrote that isn’t even on the internet). Important is also critical here. Did it change the way you viewed your life, or society as a whole? Did it alter the landscape of the industry in which it’s recognized? There were plenty of fantastic and entertaining works of art this past decade (and the assumption here is that works you nominate are, in fact, quite good), but that doesn’t make them important per se. They may have been just fun.* However, please note that you need to tell us why something is important for it to be considered and not just send us a list. The cogency of your argument will be a major factor in the judgment of your submissions. We'll pull ideas from this thread for the show but I figured it might be a fun thing to debate outside the show. So, what are made the last decade what it was and why?