Born in Jerusalem now based in New York, Daniel Rozin works as an artist, teacher, and is a trained industrial designer. Back in 2015 as part of an exhibition at the Bitforms Gallery, Rozin showcased his ‘Pom Pom’ mirror project. The artwork is an interactive art piece that uses motion sensors to create a mirror-like reflection for the viewer. The artwork utilizes 928 faux fur pom poms and 464 individual motors. This sculpture is one in a series of interactive mirrors created by Rozin which you can view more of on his website.
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