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    20 Years After NAFTA, Many Worlds Are Possible

    December 16, 2013  —  

    Caleb Duarte and Mia Eve Rollow from EDELO (En Donde Era La UNO/Where the United Nations Used to Be) explore the effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement in Chiapas, Mexico’s poorest state and the site of the Zapatista revolution sparked by the agreement.  More
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    Bangladesh’s Unresolved History of Independence

    December 16, 2013  —  

    On the anniversary of its independence from Pakistan, Bangladesh is reeling from political violence that has killed scores of people in the months leading up to January’s elections. Amid the turmoil, artist Sehba Sarwar finds reason for hope among socially engaged artists in the nation’s capital, Dhaka.  More
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    From Santiago Streets to Parliament Seats, Chile’s Student Revolution

    December 16, 2013  —  

    After years of protests against an education system established by Pinochet’s military dictatorship, Chile has elected student activists to Congress and returned Michelle Bachelet to the presidential office. What’s next for the nation’s student movement?  More
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    Guantanamo Is Not an Exception: U.S. Prison Policy, from California to Cuba

    December 16, 2013  —  

    In this podcast, artists Chitra Ganesh and Mariam Ghani, whose work explores subjects like the prison at Guantanamo Bay and the “war on terror,” speak with human rights lawyers Alexis Agathocleous and Ramzi Kassem about U.S. prison policy across the globe.  More
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    Glass Gaze: An Online Performance with Hacked Google Glass and Stoya

    December 5, 2013  —  

    On December 11, 2013, Creative Time Reports and Rhizome will present Glass Gaze, a performance in which artist Molly Crabapple, wearing Google Glass, will draw Stoya, porn star and advocate for fair labor practices in the pornography industry, as she strikes a variety of poses.  More
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    Editor's Letter

    There was something natural, even inevitable, about birthing a platform for artists to weigh in on the news at Creative Time—an organization that has been commissioning artists to engage with urgent social and political issues since its inception four decades ago.

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