Rorrim (‘Mirror’ spelled backwards) is an interactive sculptural object.
When a single person stands in front of it, his or her movements will cause the sculpture to react with lights and sounds. When two viewers face each other across the object and move simultaneously, the entire piece comes alive – offering an audio visual reflection of the real-time harmony (or disharmony) between them.
Created by Matan Berkowitz, Liron Zabari, HAR, Roi Stefanski and Zohar Levi.
Displayed at the MAKERS: Real Time exhibition, Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art, 2015-2016.