Punch on: Open thread 31/08/2012
This week’s proof that someone, somewhere always appreciates the work you do. Montreal artist Jon Rafman makes art from Google Street View. According to a report from American website the Daily News, Rafman spent hours combing through millions of Google street images “to find the beautiful, tragic and sublime.”
Rafman claims viewers are able to see “intention and purpose” in the photos even though they are “artless and indifferent.” With this in mind, we invite you dear readers, to please explain the photograph above.
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