JON RAFMAN

JON RAFMAN

Montréal, Canada, 1981
Degrees:
B.A. in Philosophy and Literature from McGill University.
Graduation:M.F.A. a The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
Currently Lives and Works in Montréal.

Digital artist, Jon Rafman is best known for his work on Google Street View, an archive of images that bring to the fore the relationship between technology and human experience. Rafman captures elements of pictorial works by Joan Miró, Yves Klein, and Jackson Pollock, using them through digital rendering of 3D models, including busts, interior spaces, and furniture

Website:
jonrafman.com

Artworks:
Dragons Fucking Car II (Bassorilievo), 2016
White Carrara Marble
152 x 126 x 20 cm

New Age Demanded (Futurismo Marble), 2014
White Carrara Marble
47 x 33 x 25.4 cm

Featured Exhibitions:
Annals of Time Lost, Future Gallery, Berlin, April 2013; A Man Digging, Seventeen Gallery, London, May 2013; You Are Standing in an Open Field, Zach Feuer Gallery New York, September 2013; I have ten thousand compound eyes and each is named suffering, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, May 2016

 

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