Contrast: Interactive Work by Daniel Rozin
October 20, 2010 — September 18, 2011
Daniel Rozin’s work combines art, technology, and you the viewer to create a distinctive artistic experience.
Thanks to the use of video projection and sophisticated programming, you become part of the art. Rozin’s installations react, reflect, or change based on the movements or perspective of the viewer. Part sculpture, part mirror, part screen, his works often defy easy categorization, but one thing is clear. His installations have been featured in galleries and museums around the world.
It’s important to note that while computers and machinery play a key role in his digital interactive installations, the science behind the work is invisible. What you will see the most is people laughing, jumping, waving, moving—all enjoying the work of this cutting-edge artist.
The Chrysler Museum of Art will feature five interactive installations by Rozin through Sept. 18, 2011. Admission to this exhibition is free.