Who is Kristof RosenSeitz?

Steven Rose, Joanna Seitz and Kristof Wickman. We met while getting our Master’s degrees at Hunter College.

Tell us about what inspires you.

Fake fur, silver lamé, work boots, self-adhesive zippers and home-improvement stores.
Where did this image come from?

Snowglobes is an image generated during a performance installation at Lynch Tham last September. The piece, Interior Shampoo, was commissioned by the gallery as part of a retrospective of work by Guglielmo Achille Cavellini (1914 – 1990). For Interior Shampoo, Kristof and RoseNSeitz set into motion a virtual Rube Goldberg machine with the purpose of creating a beautiful pastoral still life. Performance components included: airbrush artist, dancers, fog, snow machine, ladder, photo back drop, lights, faux fur, wiggle board, fruits, lipstick, a lock of Cavellini’s hair, and pour-on latex rubber.

What are you working on next?

We are currently working on a pop-up, how-to manual on survival guides. And, we are looking for a venue to stage Interior Shampoo 2: Armor All.