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How to Eclipse a Photograph is an exhibition that considers artificial vision analogues. As technology marches toward artificial intelligence, data-driven
sensory apparatuses will fill the data mines. What will life be like as a series of data points?

The accompanying brochure is available here (PDF).


His Lines of Force series of screen prints portray fractures in sedimentary rocks of the Huronian Supergroup, which were deposited between about 2.45
and 1.9 billion years ago and metamorphosed about 1.8 billion years ago. Rubenzahl, who once complained about the labour intensive nature of the
screenprinting craft, has been working with these images for about a year and is starting to gain some perspective on the matter.

Ian Rubenzahl is a Toronto-based artist and has been a member of Open Studio since 2011. A graduate of York University and
Emily Carr College of Art and Design, he has exhibited in Canada, Italy and Germany.


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Currently exhibiting in the Open Studio Gallery until April 23, 2016.
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2016
Currently exhibiting in the Open Studio Gallery until April 23, 2016.
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2016
Currently exhibiting in the Open Studio Gallery until April 23, 2016.
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2016
Currently exhibiting in the Open Studio Gallery until April 23, 2016.
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2016
Currently exhibiting in the Open Studio Gallery until April 23, 2016.
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2016
Currently exhibiting in the Open Studio Gallery until April 23, 2016.
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2016
Currently exhibiting in the Open Studio Gallery until April 23, 2016.
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2016
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2014 By Ian Rubenzahl, 2014
By Ian Rubenzahl, 2014 By Ian Rubenzahl, 2014 © Ian Rubenzahl, 2012
© Ian Rubenzahl, 2012 © Ian Rubenzahl, 2012 © Ian Rubenzahl, 2012