Digital renderings transformed into bronze, plaster and copper forms (more recent works are finished in oil paints) which come to life when viewed in the curved reflective surface of cylindrical mirrors.
Penguin Mirror (2015) by Daniel Rozin – an interactive artwork featuring an array of 450 stuffed penguins on individual rotating platforms that generates the silhouette of viewers captured with cameras.
Yes. That lovely sound, the time lag, the collective adorbz.
Currently on view at the Bitforms Gallery in NYC, if you’re passing.
(H/T: Graeme Kelly)
Submitted as a contender for the Architectural League’s Folly 2014 competition, the Invisible Barn by New York architects STPMJ is a parallelogram-shaped wooden structure covered with mirrored film designed to ‘disappear’ into a dense grove of trees at the Socrates Sculpture Park
It was not raised by invisible Mennonites.