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Michael WaughBalancing the Report (FCIR, part 10)
Michael Waugh's Balancing the Report (FCIR, part 10) is an ink on mylar, black, white, grey monotone drawing. Michael Waugh is known for intricate, representational drawings formed from minuscule handwritten words, a practice known as micrography. Waugh transcribes texts—such as government commissions and theoretical books about power and capitalism—into portraits and landscapes. Balancing the Report (FCIR, part 10) is drawn with text from the Financial Crisis Inquiry Report, issued in 2011. The text is specifically from the "Dissenting Views" section. To Waugh, the selection of texts and images and the relationship between the two are the conceptual heart of the work. “These are worlds made of words that draw upon a historical quest for knowledge and for political progress—a quest often at odds with social reality,” he explains. Framed 45 x 66.75 x 2 inches.
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