<em>Snow Mirror</em>

Daniel Rozin
Snow Mirror, 2006
Silk, projector, video camera, custom software (black and white, silent), computer
Dimensions variable, landscape orientation
Edition of 6

For more than a decade Rozin’s art has employed a wide range of materials including chrome spheres, flat wood panels, and city trash from the streets of New York. Software art that links screen-based performance with real-time video processing has been another focus of Rozin’s efforts since the mid-1990s. The Snow Mirror, which uses an artist-authored algorithm that floats site-specific visual imagery of the immediate past into the present, hovers in the gallery mid-air as a projection on silk fabric.



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