Interview: Jon Rafman, The lack of history in the post-Internet age via Eyecurious

Interview: Jon Rafman, The lack of history in the post-Internet age

Jon Rafman - New Age Demanded (Furturismo Red to Green), 2013 3D Polyamide print, auto-body lacker 45 x 30 x 34 cm

// futurismo red to green, 2013 Jon Rafman is an artist, filmmaker, and essayist. He explores the impact of technology on contemporary consciousness.

Jon Rafman - A858, Eilean Siar, United Kingdom

Jon Rafman Eilean Siar, United Kingdom, 2011 Archival pigment print mounted on dibond 40 x 64 inches

Les bustes de Jon Rafman

Les bustes de Jon Rafman

Artist Jon Rafman uses software to digitally render sculptures and then applies Internet-sourced images to them. The works of many recognizable artists are re-appropriated in this on-going series of work, entitled “New Age Demanded”.

Jon Rafman, ‘O'Keeffe Antechamber’, 2013

Jon Rafman, ‘O'Keeffe Antechamber’, 2013

Les bustes de Jon Rafman  sculpture bonus art

Les bustes de Jon Rafman

Digitalização da memória por Jon Rafman

Digitalização da memória por Jon Rafman

Sprüth Magers is hosting Jon Rafman’s first solo exhibition with the gallery in Berlin.

Sprüth Magers is hosting Jon Rafman’s first solo exhibition with the gallery in Berlin.

It's Nice That | Surreal, disturbing, NSFW and utterly thrilling: the work of Jon Rafman

Oneohtrix Point Never - Still Life (Betamale) music video directed by Jon Rafman, on

Jon Rafman (google street view)

Jon Rafman (google street view)

Jon Rafman  taken by the google camera's "9 eyes" for the street view of google maps.  can you imagine driving by this?  hopefully the driver call 911!

Deadly nature: A forest fire ravages a patch of land burning trees in its wake

Jon Rafman is an artist who uses found images on Google maps in a project he calls 9-eyes...referencing the nine panoramic cameras on top of Google maps trucks. A possible lesson plan idea could be to challenge students to find their own image on Google maps and discuss the piece in a critical context - what's going on? Where was this found? What is happening compositionally, etc.?

Jon Rafman Jigokudani Monkey Park, Yamanouchi, Japan, 2012 Archival pigment print mounted on dibond 40 x 64 inches<.

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