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New Media Project | Chief Conceptualization

Job Type

How many spots?


One spot

About the Role

As Chief Conceptualization you are working within a development team consisting of twelve members. Your main task is to protect the quality of concept, thus you are responsible for Leading conceptual research, concept design and communicating an artistic and/or technical narrative to the public.

Please recognize that this job description is just one aspect of your role within the New Media Project (N.M.P). our interdisciplinary approach opens up a lot additional opportunities for you to contribute beyond what is mentioned in this job description.

What does this role entail?

  • Research and approach: Conduct conceptual research for laying the foundations of an artwork within art and tech. You think through the methods, approaches, questions and structures of research. 

  • Quality concept: Construct a meaningful concept design, experimenting with different mediums to communicate this concept design. It should clarify the aim, narrative, research and approach of the artwork. 

  • Leadership and Guidance Lead the curation by the art team for their installation and be responsible for a multi-layered narrative that contextualizes the art-work. 

  • Strategic Vision: Possess a strategic vision for the department, aligning conceptualizations with the overall goals and objectives of the team. Ability to guide and steer the conceptualization process towards innovative and impactful outcomes.

  • Collaboration: Work closely with team members to ensure concepts align with the team's vision and goals.

Preferred skills 

  • Adaptability and Communication: Adapt to changing requirements and collaborate effectively with team members.

  • Creative Vision: Demonstrated ability to express and bring to life a creative vision that matches the team's objectives and goes beyond conventional thinking in the realm of Art & Tech.

  • Interdisciplinary Knowledge: Broad knowledge across multiple disciplines, integrating insights from various fields to contribute to a holistic and interdisciplinary conceptualization process.

  • Interdisciplinary Knowledge: Broad knowledge across multiple disciplines, integrating insights from various fields to contribute to an interdisciplinary conceptualization process.

  • Communication Skills: Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, to convey complex conceptual ideas to team members, stakeholders, and the wider public in a clear and engaging manner.

  • Leadership: Strong leadership qualities, including the ability to inspire and guide a team towards the realization of a shared vision, fostering a collaborative and innovative work environment.

  • Thorough Knowledge Understanding of relevant fields, including Philosophy of Science, Environmental Philosophy, New Media Art, Artistic Research, Experience Design, Social Design, and Interaction Design.

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