[spectre] V2_: Call for a fashion designer for “Intimacy”
joris at v2.nl
Tue Sep 1 11:39:37 CEST 2009
Call for a fashion designer for “Intimacy”
Artist Daan Roosegaarde and V2_Lab are looking for a fashion designer
(M/F) to help realise “Intimacy”, a next step in wearable technology.
Daan Roosegaarde, known for his interactive artworks such as ‘Dune’ and
‘Sustainable Dance Floor’, is expanding his artistic and innovative
horizon to include fashion. In close collaboration with V2_Lab he will
be developing electronic fashion that becomes visually transparent
according to the amount of personal intimacy involved.
The dress ‘Intimacy’ is made out of smart foil that becomes transparent
when electrified. The distance to the dress determines the level of
transparency; creating a sensual play of shared control.
Daan Roosegaarde says: ‘Technology is used here not merely functional
but also as a tool to create intimacy as well as privacy on a direct,
personal level ... which in our contemporary tech society is becoming
In order to take this step from prototype to 'haute couture' V2_Lab and
Daan Roosegaarde are looking for:
- a recently graduated or senior year fashion designer (M/F) with an
affinity for hairstyling;
- he or she must be able to participate in thought process along the
lines set out by V2_Lab and Studio Roosegaarde in the preliminary stages
and therefore must be a good team player;
- the project starts on 1 November 2009; it is a full-time position
for a period of 4 to 6 weeks.
What we offer:
- access to functioning new technology, an existing prototype and an
artist's impression of the intended final product;
- a workplace at V2_Lab, Rotterdam;
- a trainee allowance;
- exhibition of the end result;
- name credit.
Please send your resume/portfolio and motivation before 1 October,
preferably by e-mail, to:
piem at v2.nl
V2_Instituut voor de instabiele media
Attn. Piem Wirtz
3012 XL Rotterdam
Eligible designers will be invited for an interview mid-October.
Joris van Ballegooijen
PR & Communicatie
V2_Institute for the Unstable Media
+31 (0)10 206 7272
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