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Kasia Molga looking for an assistant in London - CSS/HTML

posted Jan 23, 2012, 4:10 AM by Helene Rolin   [ updated Jan 30, 2012, 9:17 AM ]
Kasia Molga is looking for an Assistant to assist her as a designer/artists and over all creative collaborator


Exciting fun opportunity to assist a designer/artists and over all creative collaborator Kasia Molga in her work for Protei as well as some of her own art projects. Although some part of the work will be focusing on running day to day administrative and to some extend artworking duties, you also will work with cutting edge robotics, data visualisation and networked technologies, sometimes appropriating them to things they weren’t exactly intended for. You will be involved in creation of oil spills data visualisation - a vital part of Protei strategy.

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We are looking for someone who is not scared of technology with enough knowledge or confidence to pick up some programming work - such as updating Wordpress websites (both Protei and Kasia’s personal), creating some graphics, helping with live updates on “Oil Compass” and other work related to it. The passion for nature, sailing, sea, environmental science, technology, innovation and of course digital arts is a must.

Required Skills

  • HTML, CSS, enough web/computer programming knowledge to pick up some JS based programming bits,

  • interest in live data visualisation and related visualisation technologies such as processing / openframeworks / robotics / arduino / c+ / vvvv would be a huge bonus!

  • graphic manipulation software - the usual Adobe CS suit

  • good organisational skills

  • good interpersonal skills

  • resourcefulness

  • Duties:

  • helping in day-to-day work - responding to some emails, helping in organising work-flow, helping in

    sending info / pr materials

  • website updates and help in design and development

  • Oil Compass / Data visualisation updates

  • Some help with Kasia’s other art/design projects

  • studio assistance

    Required Interests

  • Ocean science, navigation;

  • Innovation, technology;

  • Environmental activism;

  • Open Hardware and Hackers Culture;

  • Hands on work in the workshop or in the field;

    Practical Details

    It is for now an unpaid position, suitable for a digital art/design student or anyone who would like to get some experience within the field of digital arts/interaction design, with a possibility and potential to become a fully paid job in within next few months.

    To apply please mail: Deadline - end of February.
    Interviews will be held in Hackspace, Dolston.

Helene Rolin,
Jan 30, 2012, 9:17 AM