"Circles Mirror" (2005) by Daniel Rozin

"Circles Mirror", 2005
900 laminated circle prints, 900 motors, video camera, control electronics, computer and custom software
60 x 60 x 6” / 152.4 x 152.4 x 15.24 cm
edition of 6

"Circles Mirror" is a mechanical interactive sculpture composed of 900 circles printed with patterns connected to motors, a computer and video camera. Those standing before the artwork are reflected, as circles rotate and expose areas of varying darkness. The piece utilizes 12 different patterns of radial gradation from black to white, organized randomly on the sculpture’s surface. This piece is the first of Rozin’s mechanical mirrors to also incorporate printed elements of his computer-graphics work.

Video courtesy of the artist and bitforms gallery nyc.

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