One of the most important minds in virtual reality today, artist Rachel Rossin’s work has redefined perceptions about the medium and its capabilities. In a short documentary that clocks in just under three minutes, National Geographic sits down with Rossin as she explains her attempts at delivering a randomness that mimics life. The artist takes tactile work into the digital realm and also pulls physical sculptures from what she’s programmed in her other worlds. There’s nobody making work like hers, and there’s also nobody addressing the developments in VR and AR quite like Rossin. Watch it for yourself at National Geographic.