Daniel Rozin, “Wooden Mirror”, 2003

Daniel Rozin, 2003

Polished peices of wood become mechanical pixels in this work by Rozin. shade is created as they twist toward and away from the light. The installation is fed live video of the observer,  becoming a surreal, tactile mirror. The artist also notes that the motors make a soothing noise as the pixels adjust.

You can see this peice at the  bitforms gallery, New York.

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