We are starting to work with NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab and Ove Arup, to design and build what we are provisionally calling “the orbit pavilion” for this years World Science Fair as well.
The orbit pavilion will use steel, wood, mylar, and light (electrical and daylight) to create a space to house 24 speakers broadcasting the sounds coming from 19 satellites, orbiting our planet right now.. The space and the speakers will work in concert to create a “3d sound”, so it will be like you’re standing in the path of the satellite…
Our studio is tasked with the design, fabrication, and installation of the piece- all out of our Brooklyn studio located in DUMBO.
I would be interested in bringing on 1-3 students to help with the fabrication and installation/deinstallation of the pavilion. There would be an opportunity for a full-time summer internship after as well- our works on architecture projects, as well as designs and builds light fixtures, and installations/pavilions. We are currently engaged in 3 architectural renovations in the city, the design and fabrication of 2 new lights, as well as this installation, and another in Sao Lorenco, Brazil.
Ideally, the students who would work with us, would be comfortable around construction, having experience working with hand and power tools. Also, experience/expertise with lighting (wiring/programming) and 3d modeling (Rhino/Grasshopper/Paneling Tools) are preferred.
Our website is www.studiokca.com, and our Facebook page is www.facebook.com/studiokca
You can see a few of the projects we have done/are engaged in currently.
Interested students can send their information to firstname.lastname@example.org, or directly to me email@example.com
The sooner they can start, the better.
feel free to call/email with questions, thanks again for your help, and looking forward to working with your students this summer!