Electroland Principal Cameron McNall is designing an experimental structure in Rome and a creative destruction and artistic reconstruction of a suburban home in Los Angeles. This is highly experimental, non-commercial work that should be a lot of fun. The first visualization tasks require someone who has adequate 3-d modeling skills in a program such as Rhino, and very good and very fast physical modeling skills with foam-core, chipboard, basswood, gesso, hot glue gun, etc. We will make a lot of models. Later on, the actual destruction and reconstruction of the house will occur; this requires some rudimentary ability with tools and an interest in construction. Interest and knowledge in art and sculpture is a plus. The website for Electroland gives an idea of the quality we expect, but please note that these projects are not electronic and are physical, very open-ended and experimental.
We highly value the work of interns and we strive to make the work experience be as rewarding as possible. This is an opportunity to work closely with someone who has been creating experimental work for over thirty years.
How to apply: please email a pdf portfolio or a link to your webpage. Do not call. In your email letter, please address the specific job description above and be very clear about your abilities, interests, and time availability. A lot of good people apply, so don't depend on your pdf to tell the story, because without a succinct text it will probably be ignored! Modest honorarium pay is possible; please indicate your requirements. We look forward to hearing from you.