Joshua Clayton is a New York-based artist and academic. His research-oriented creative practice encompasses material artifacts and ephemeral situations, digital and analog media. Originally from Detroit, Michigan, Joshua studied art and design before moving to Tokyo in 2002 and New York in 2005. He completed a master’s degree in interactive telecommunications and currently teaches at New York University. Joshua’s interests range from semiotics, mysticism, and epistemology to landscape, geolocation, and environmental phenomena.