Canadian artist Jon Rafman is probably best known for his work with Google Street View images and the "9 Eyes" project, but his portfolio includes much more than that. Rafman is currently showing a mix of sculpture, installation, and video at Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran in an exhibition titled "HOPE SPRINGS ETERNAL."
The show is said to be a part of Rafman's continued "exploration of the deep web," a place we know all too well, but no one really understands. The gallery also writes that, "using a typical visual of 'internet troll caves' and obscure subcultures web, Rafman reveals the sublime and the abject and reveals both the opportunities and limitations of digital technologies."
Rafman also has an installation at The Power Plant Contemporary Art Gallery's 2014 Power Ball, which is happening today in Toronto.
For more info about the exhibition, head to the Galerie Antoine Ertaskiran website.
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