"X by Y" (2010) by Daniel Rozin

"X by Y", 2010
44 wooden slats, motors, control electronics, optional video camera, custom software, microcontroller
56 x 56 x 4" / 142 x 142 x 10 cm
edition of 8

Known for his longstanding investigation of image creation – be it in response to woven fabric, stone mosaics or today’s pixel – Daniel Rozin studies the very nature of modern structure. Comprised of forty-four wooden slats arranged horizontally and vertically, "X by Y" takes its name from the Cartesian axes that organize a picture plane.

Video courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc.

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