Sexpot and cyber rascal Rachel Rossin has been described as “a Florida-born gaming junkie and self-taught coder who also happens to be a compelling painter of large-scale acrylic canvases.” Rachel has generated Delphic digital and VR works like “The Sky is a Gap” (which utilized room-scale tracking via sensors and object-oriented programming, so the viewer’s geo-position shifted IRT) and “I Came and Went as a Ghost Hand” (where gaze-tracking software meant that one’s ogling eye could interact with and transmute the art in a clever feedback loop).
At a rainy Frieze last weekend Rachel presented “Man Mask,” a digital VR animation and immersive first-person gunner game/avatar. The work, tinctured with ambient aqua light and mellow hues amidst a deep blue sea, saturated green turf and subtle spec-op phantoms wielding HK416s, is a Rhizome/New Museum-backed piece, where Rachel once worked. She described the piece as “a body awareness meditation led through an exploded tableau of ‘Call of Duty’ animation sequences set on repeat.” Chris Brown’s music emanates from the work as well.
An artistic/tech swashbuckler and sexy siren, Rachel is currently developing a new body of work infused with holograms, subliminal semiotics and analogue/acrylic overlays. Whoa! We love Rachel Rossin a lot! Get to know her excellent art here.
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