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Sally Finch



Graphite, dye, ink, text, thread on sekishu paper
20.75 x 20.75 x 1 in.
Gift of Driek and Michael Zirinsky

Sally Finch believes information is as rich in material as religion, politics, social issues and the natural world. By manipulating scale, color, and composition of the data, Finch’s work provides commentary beyond the data points themselves, inviting the viewer to examine the information on a more personal level. The work also investigates the power of numbers and quantification and how they can manipulate our view of art, ourselves and the world.

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  • blue
  • chevrons - Decorations in the form of charges or devices consisting of a bar bent like two meeting rafters; multiple chevrons may be grouped together, forming inverted V-shaped stripes. Examples occur on heraldic escutcheons and as worn on the sleeve of a uniform to indicate rank.
  • Crossword puzzles - Sources:
    - Am. heritage dict.
  • pink
  • white
  • yellow

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