Without an audience, Daniel Rozin’s art is empty. “The piece has no content without the viewer,” he has said of his mechanical mirrors, which reflect the viewer in carefully-programmed "pixels" made of trash, rust-covered shingles, or pieces of wood.
Welcome to Stefan Sagmeister The Happy Show at ICA Philadelphia, April 4th through August 12th, 2012 and Design Exchange, Toronto, January 9 through March 3, 2013. Share your happiness. Participate in...
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