Michael Druks (born 1940)
'Druksland - Physical and Social 15 January 1974, 11.30am'
Offset lithograph on paper
Museum no. E.3010-2007
Purchased through the Julie and Robert Breckman Print Fund
© Michael Druks
Israeli-born conceptual artist Michael Druks has lived and worked in Britain since the 1970s. His self-portrait/map is part of a body of work in which he explored personal and political identity using the idiom of mapping. He saw mapping as a universal vocabulary understood all over the world - 'an experiment to use international and visual language for individual purposes.'