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Creative Time Radio


Creative Time is a New York-based non-profit organization dedicated to commissioning, presenting and preserving the most challenging, pioneering and exceptional art of the contemporary period. Its prerogative is advancing and fostering the artist, creating a space where ideas are valued over economics and artistic and intellectual engagement with the public are encouraged over exclusivity. The goal is a democratic one: for the use of free space and a creation of dialogue in the public arena.

Creative Time was founded in 1974 and has, since its foundation, encouraged artistic and public discourse with the preeminent social, cultural, political and environmental issues and concerns of our contemporary period. It has encouraged artists to address timely issues such as the AIDS pandemic, domestic violence and racial inequality, including among its alumni community Vito Acconci, Diller + Scofidio, David Byrne, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Red Grooms, Jenny Holzer, Takashi Murakami, Shirin Neshat, Sonic Youth, Elizabeth Streb and a near-infinitude more. 

In engaging with public spaces and ideas, Creative Time fosters and contributes to the eclectic and vibrant spirit of the city in which it was born.

NB: Clocktower Radio was launched by MoMA/PS1 in 2004 as the Web's first art radio station. It has been independent since 2009 and is licensed to host content created under PS1 management. Programs produced prior to 2011 may refer to our earlier URLs and station IDs, including,, and Art International Radio. For the complete history of Clocktower Radio, read our Mission & History section. 



Ahmet Ögüt, Fahrenheit 451:Reprinted
Dario Azzellini, Direct Democracy
Michael Premo: Sandy Stories and Housing is a Human Right
Nairobi: The XYZ Show
J. Moran Puett. Radical Pedagogy: Wholeschooling
Martha Rosler (2013)
Liam Gillick, Creative Disruption
Laura Poitras, Surveillance
Tom Healy & Mike Daisey, American Utopias
Anton Vidokle, Time/Bank,
Mark Read, 99% Bat-Signal
Pablo Helguera & Nato Thompson
Report from Tunisia, Nicene Kossentini
Revolutions in Public Practice: Sharon Hayes
Revolutions in Public Practice: Alternative Economies
Revolutions in Public Practice: Ambiguity is My Political Weapon
Revolutions in Public Practice: Sustainability in the Face of Global Meltdown
Revolutions in Public Practice: Making Oppression Visible
Revolutions in Public Practice: Social Organizing as Aesthetic Act
Revolutions in Public Practice: Trespassers, Squatters & Interventionists
Revolutions in Public Practice: Morris Dickstein
Revolutions in Public Practice: Community Organizing
Revolutions in Public Practice: Crisscrossing Geo-Political Boundaries
Revolutions in Public Practice: Activating Public Memory
Revolutions in Public Practice: Amy Goodman & The Yes Men
Carey Young: Speechcraft
The Eroticism of Pedagogy
Robert King Wilkerson & Rigo 23
Chris Evans: Cop Talk