"Children draw to express their feelings and fantasies. Parents save these scraps of paper and wild scrawls of crayon, sticking them on the fridge and in boxes for posterity. They are fragile records of innocence and gold stars. Michael Scoggins appropriates such juvenile stick figures and bubble letters, filtering them through a deadpan adult perspective. His large-scale drawings merge the political and the most personal, sacred stage of life: childhood."
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