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Creative Time Summit 2013

Creative Time Summit

The Creative Time Summit is a gathering of artists, curators, critics, and scholars working in the field of social practice art. 

Fulya Erdemci has been invited to this year’s summit “Art, Place & Dislocation in the 21st Century City”, which took place in New York on the 25th and 26th of October. SAHA supported Erdemci’s participation in the project. Erdemci spoke under the title of “Regional Report: Turkey”.

To watch the presentation: 
http://creativetime.org/summit/2013/10/25/fulya-erdemci/

The Creative Time Summit is a gathering of artists, curators, critics, and scholars working in the field of social practice art. The 2011 Summit welcomed a sold-out crowd of 1000 people, reached 10.000 people internationally through a Livestream simulcast. The 2012 Summit was a more visible and far-reaching worldwide event in two distinctive ways: by extending the 2012 conference from one to two days, Summit was able to focus on Day Two on 15 conversations that were thematic and intimate and open to public; and by nearly doubling the educational and institutional global partnerships from 11 in 2011 to 21 in 2012, Summit broadened its reach and scope, from Hong Kong to Detroit to Chile.

About Creative Time

The New York based nonprofit organization has presented the most innovative art in the public realm since 1974. It has worked with over 2000 artists to produce more than 335 groundbreaking public art projects. Creative Time seeks to convert the power of artists’ ideas into works that inspire social change and stimulate public dialogue on timely issues, while initiating a dynamic conversation among artists, sites, and audiences. Creative Time has worked with world-renowned artists like Paul Ramirez-Jonas, Felix Gonzales-torres, Shirin Neshat, Jeremy Deller, Steve Powers, Vik Muniz, Cai Quo-Qiang, and Marina Abromovic. For further information on Creative Time: http://creativetime.org/