Rachel Rossin (b.1987), is a New Media artist living and working in New York. Her practice is a hybrid of traditional image-making through oil painting and charcoal, blended with programming techniques, video, installation and animation. Exploring the themes of physical embodiment and the uncanny, she shows the fluidity between real and virtual lives. After receiving the Fellowship in Virtual Reality Research and Development from New York’s New Museum in 2015, Rossin has exhibited works globally, including in Shanghai, London and Berlin.
Rachel Rossin Is technology nothing more than an extension of our body? Digital artist Rachel [...]