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    Global Resident Andrea Geyer Debuts a Major Work

    April 16, 2014

    On April 19, our amazing Creative Time Global Resident Andrea Geyer is celebrating the U.S. debut of her two-channel video installation, Three Chants Modern, at the Portland Institute for Contemporary Art. Addressing how power and history are constructed, Geyer’s video looks at the network of women thinkers, social and political activists, artists and philanthropists who [...]

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    Whose Terms? New Perspectives on Social Practice

    April 11, 2014

    On Saturday April 12, the New Museum is hosting a symposium that will break down several of the key terms that have come to define social practice over the past few decades. One of the speakers is our own Sally Szwed, Program Manager for Global Initiatives, who will discuss the topic of “empathy” (highlighting Annenberg Prize [...]

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    Global Resident Lisi Raskin Opens “Recuperative Tactics” at Art in General

    April 8, 2014

    Drawing on her 2013 Global Residency, Lisi Raskin is currently working on Recuperative Tactics, a new exhibition set to open at Art in General on April 19. She’s constructing an immersive, site-specific installation that recreates her travels throughout Afghanistan, where she studied the how the public interacts with war memorials. “Suturing found materials into an [...]

  • Harvard Hosts an Evening with Nato Thompson

    March 25, 2014

    On Thursday March 27, Creative Time Chief Curator Nato Thompson lectures at Harvard’s Carpenter Center in conjunction with “Living as Form (The Nomadic Version.” This landmark traveling exhibition, co-organized by Creative Time and Curators International, is on view through April 6 in the Carpenter’s Main and Sert Galleries. MORE INFO

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    David Byrne: Should We Break up with the Internet?

    March 24, 2014

    Creative Time Reports publishes the latest op-ed from internationally renowned musician and frequent Creative Time collaborator David Byrne. He tries to imagine a life without the internet, even if only as an exercise to envision what a more secure online world might look like. “The web has started to act like a bully, a drug [...]


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