Since 1974, Creative Time has presented the most adventurous art in the public realm and changed the notion of what public art can be. From its base in New York, it works with artists who ignite the imagination and explore ideas that shape society. It initiates dynamic conversations among artists, sites, and audiences in projects that enliven public space. Creative Time’s recent, signature projects include Mike Nelson: A Psychic Vacuum; Doug Aitken: Sleepwalkers (in collaboration with MoMA); Playing the Building by David Byrne; and Tribute in Light. The organization recently began a national public art program, with Paul Chan’s Waiting for Godot in New Orleans in 2007; Democracy in America in 2008; and Jeremy Deller’s It Is What It Is in 2009.