Peter Eleey joined Creative Time in 2002 as Project Director and has led the organization’s program planning since 2004, realizing some of the more ambitious projects in Creative Time’s 32-year history. While there he organized a diverse range of artworks and events, including Cai Guo-Qiang's Light Cycle (2003), a pyrotechnics project for Central Park; Jenny Holzer's first xenon projections in the United States, For New York City (2004); and sculptures, murals, videos and performances with artists including Jim Hodges, Mark Titchner, William Forsythe, Zhang Huan, Shirazeh Houshiary, and Song Dong. In addition, he curated multi-artist projects and exhibitions such as The Dreamland Artist Club (2004) with Stephen Powers and two dozen other artists in Coney Island; The Plain of Heaven (2005), an exhibition situated in a vacant meatpacking warehouse in Manhattan; and, with Laura Hoptman, Strange Powers (2006). This fall, he organized projects with Paul Chan, Coco Fusco, Jens Haaning, and Michael Rakowitz, as well as Haluk Akakçe’s Sky is the Limit in Las Vegas, a new work for the largest video screen in the world. Doug Aitken’s sleepwalkers, a joint commission of Creative Time and the Museum of Modern Art that Eleey has co-curated with Klaus Biesenbach, opened at the Museum on January 16, 2007. Eleey has contributed to a variety of catalogues and publications, including Afterall, frieze, and Public Art Review, and he has lectured internationally on issues related to public art practice. He is a graduate of Yale University.