"Weave Mirror" (2007) by Daniel Rozin

"Weave Mirror", 2007
768 laminated C-ring prints, motors, circuits, custom software, microcontroller
57 x 76 x 8” / 148 x 193 x 20 cm
edition of 6

Rozin’s "Weave Mirror" assembles 768 motorized and laminated C-shaped prints along the surface of a picture plane that texturally mimics a homespun basket. A seemingly organic smoky portrait comes in focus to the sound of clacking steps made by the sculpture’s moving parts. Informed by traditions of both textile design and new media, the "Weave Mirror" paints a picture of viewers using a gradual rotation in greyscale value on each C-ring. A playful juxtaposition between the rustic and photographic, this sculpture is suspended from the ceiling. Its functional circuitry and wiring is visible behind the picture plane, exposing its genius craft.

Video courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc.

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