Creative Time Reports, the editorial wing of the eponymous arts non-profit, will celebrate its second anniversary this year by significantly expanding its editorial team. In an editor’s letter published last week, Marisa Mazria Katz announced the news. “In addition to forging several new international media partnerships, Creative Time Reports will soon add a cadre of regional editors,” Katz wrote. “These editors will become our eyes and ears in cities around the world, not only bringing new artist contributors on board but also deepening our sensitivity to local conditions, from Mexico City to Nairobi to New Delhi.”
Creative Time Reports publishes one piece per week in which an artist reflects on current events. Through the organization’s media partnerships, these articles often also appear in major publications like the Guardian or the New Yorker. If you’re looking to jump in to the Reports catalogue, David Byrne’s piece on rising rents in New York and Trevor Paglen’s essay on surveillance are great places to start.
— Ashton Cooper (ashton_cooper)
(Photo: Trevor Paglen, “They Watch the Moon,” 2010. Courtesy of Metro Pictures, Altman Siegel and Galerie Thomas Zander.)