Interactive Sculptures Become High-Tech “Mirrors” by Daniel Rozin

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Artist Daniel Rozin specializes in interactive digital art.  His work very often uses computers and software in conjunction with sculptures.  However, it is his work’s interaction with viewers that is at the center of his art.  His series of “mirrors” illustrates this point.  These interactive sculptures “reflect” the image of viewers standing in front of it using a variety of materials.  This first mirror, for example, uses a variously shaded weave pattern.  Others use wooden pegs, rusted metal, fans, and even pieces of garbage.  The individual pieces of each mirror alter their position in order to replicate and create an image of each viewer.

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