Artist Daniel Rozin Created An Interactive Mirror Made Of Faux Fur
- Jessica Jungbauer
New York-based artist Daniel Rozin created an interactive mirror made of faux fur. With the help of a computer vision system and hundreds of motors, the pompoms move to reflect the viewer’s actions in real time. The anthropomorphic installation is the latest addition to Rozin’s series of unique artworks, which includes a fan mirror that we’ve featured previously.
In a statement about his work, bitforms, the gallery exhibiting the piece, says: “Ghostly traces fade and emerge, as the motorized composition hums in unified movement, seemingly alive and breathing as a body of its own.”