Daniel Rozin trained as an industrial and interactive designer. He creates interactive installations and sculptures that have the ability to change and respond to the presence of a viewer. Although computers are often used, they are seldom visible. Mirrors and the mediated perception of the self are central themes in his work. Rozin is the recipient of numerous awards, and his work has been exhibited globally at the Reina Sofia Museum, Madrid, Israel Museum, Taiwan National Museum, ICC Tokyo, American Museum of the Moving Image, SIGGRAPH and Sundance Film Festival. He is Professor at ITP, Tisch School of the Arts, NYU.
Image courtesy of the Jonathan P Carroll Collection and bitforms gallery, NYC