CCRMA Colloquium - Joshua Kit Clayton
How does consumerism, joy, professionalism, curiosity, status, cynicism, the body, authorship, speech, action, control, chaos, and value function in our efforts to communicate culturally and technically? What are our motivations, imagined effects, and perceived results as artists and technicians. Joshua Kit Clayton will facilitate a group discussion and exercise about the personal and social spaces of producing culture and technology today. Read more...
This event won't be a bound by ordinary rules of lecture or performance. Please come with an open mind and be prepared to move, speak, listen, question assumptions, authorities, yourselves, and one another.
Joshua Kit Clayton is an artist, musician, and computer programmer, living and working in San Francisco. He is a graduate of the Bard College MFA program in Film/Video. He produces dance music for post-rave casualties both on his own and in the band Pigeon Funk. He is responsible for the development of Jitter, a video and 3d graphics extension to Cycling '74's Max visual programming environment. His performance and video based projects explore communication, speculation, value, directive, and the space between artist and audience.
[Read more about Kit Clayton on Wikipedia.]
WHAT: "Shhh...I'm confused" - CCRMA Colloquium with Joshua Kit Clayton
WHEN: Wednesday, January 25, 2012 - 5:15pm
WHERE: CCRMA Stage (3rd floor)
The Knoll building
660 Lomita Drive
Stanford, CA 94305
Parking is free at Stanford after 4pm.