Rhizome is hiring for two positions within the organization: a full-time (part-time negotiable) Software Curator for Systems and Environments and a part-time Assistant Curator, Net Art.
Rhizome seeks a Software Curator to conceptualize, create, test, and describe systems to re-enact digital artifacts in order to advance emulation as a preservation strategy. This position is part of a two-year grant awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), involving the University of Freiburg (Germany) and Yale University. The full project narrative is available at: IMLS.gov
Assistant Curator, Net Art
Rhizome seeks an entry-level Assistant Curator to support a new initiative launching in October 2016. The Assistant Curator position is a role for a talented and organized individual who plans to pursue a career as a curator with a net art focus. In this role, you will work with Rhizome's Artistic Director to curate the re-performance and narration of internet artworks. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. The position is part-time but includes benefits. This appointment is funded by a generous grant from the Carl & Marilynn Thoma Art Foundation.
The application deadline for each position is August 30, 2016.
**Rhizome is an Equal Opportunity Employer and candidates from groups generally underrepresented in technical fields are especially encouraged to apply.**
Top image: Jan Robert Leegte's untitled[scrollbars] (2000), viewable in Rhizome's ArtBase