Category: Dispatch

  • Right Where She Needs to Be: How Hurricane Sandy Changed Lives

    October 29, 2013 - 

    A year ago, Hurricane Sandy battered the northeastern seaboard, devastating vulnerable communities in New York and New Jersey. Still, for some the storm was a step toward being exactly where they wanted to be: immersed in their surroundings as organizers and active neighbors.  More
  • Imagine What It Was Like To Be Me

    August 5, 2013 - 

    In the wake of George Zimmerman’s acquittal, which has intensified conversations about racial profiling and systemic discrimination, pioneering conceptual artist Adrian Piper presents a faded black-and-white image of Trayvon Martin peering through crosshairs.  More
  • Billionaires and Politicians: Rand Paul

    June 17, 2013 - 

    Investigating the corrosive effects of massive financial contributions to political campaigns, Michelle Marozik’s drawing series “Billionaires and Politicians” profiles elected officials and their wealthy patrons. Here, she shares her portrait of libertarian Congressman Rand Paul.  More
  • Rana Plaza: A Last Gesture Recorded

    May 6, 2013 - 

    On April 24, an eight-story building in a suburb of Dhaka, Bangladesh collapsed, killing hundreds of factory workers. Examining a photograph of a boy buried in the rubble, Bangladeshi writer Shameema Binte Rahman asks how his last gesture will be remembered.  More
  • Lewis Hyde: Coyote Installs Democracy

    March 18, 2013 - 

    In 2004, poet and critic Lewis Hyde responded to revelations that U.S. soldiers tortured prisoners at Abu Ghraib with an irreverent poem featuring Coyote as a “trickster” protagonist who imparts wisdom through his mischievous acts of rebellion.  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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