Joshua Clayton is a New York-based graphic designer and media artist. His recent work investigates sound and performance environments, properties of architectural space, and themes of language and transcendence. Presently, Joshua is a master's candidate at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications program. At Eyebeam he's working with Hans-Christoph Steiner on a starter kit for the graphical programming environment, Pure Data.
This is an informal gathering of patching and patchers. Beginners and experienced patchers welcome. Open to everyone, students, the public, etc. Work on personal projects, professional projects, school projects, ask for help, help others, or just patch quietly to yourself, in a room full of other people patching patches and helping other people patch.
The NYC Patching Circle at Eyebeam happens from 6-10PM every third Thursdsay for the duration of X-Lab: November 18, December 16, and January 20
Students will work on topics like video remix, sound design, and the engineering of paper folding. Workshop learning standards include: digital tool use, the process of iterating and prototyping ideas, and critical-thinking and problem-solving. This program is offered to students at Q2L during Early-Release Wednesdays throughout December.