Category: Climate Reports

  • Nutrition Isn’t Pretty

    March 31, 2014 - 

    As climate change poses increasing threats to our agriculture, artist Tattfoo Tan challenges us to reduce food waste by rethinking what produce should look like. Tan shares creative techniques for salvaging deformed vegetables, which, with a little love, are transformed into beautiful meals.  More
  • Rewinding the Clock on Climate Change Through Culture

    December 2, 2013 - 

    Artist Maya Lin and Natural Resources Defense Council President Frances Beinecke discuss how culture can help visualize the impact of climate change for a Marfa Dialogues/NY panel moderated by Creative Time President and Artistic Director Anne Pasternak.  More
  • The Time in Between: Waiting after Katrina and Sandy

    August 29, 2013 - 

    Eight years after Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans, families across New York and New Jersey affected by Hurricane Sandy are asking some of the same questions that plagued Gulf Coast residents for years. Perhaps the biggest question of all is, simply: When can I go home?  More
  • Monsanto

    Monsanto in Argentina: Rhythms of Resistance in Soybeanland

    May 20, 2013 - 

    In Argentina, a group of women calling themselves the “Mothers of Ituzaingó” are fighting against the spraying of Monsanto pesticide Roundup. Federico Zukerfeld films a protest against the notorious biotech corporation in Buenos Aires.  More
  • The Farewell Glacier:
    An Expedition to the Arctic

    January 4, 2013 - 

    This short video shows poet Nick Drake reading “The Farewell Glacier” on an expedition to the high Arctic led by Cape Farewell, a non-profit that brings together artists and scientists to foster cultural responses to climate change.  More
  • PR

    Editor’s Letter

    Five years after Creative Time Reports’ inception, the project is coming to a close. Editor Marisa Mazria Katz reflects on some of the most moving pieces that solidified CTR as a unique platform that elevates artists’ voices.


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