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drawing of length of wait to remove aluminum from Goldman Sachs warehouses, dots, particle physics tracks on paper
Do You Think You Can Tell #66
Graphite, colored pencil, archival pigmented ink on paper
8-5/8 x 5-7/8 inches

A sharply rising orange graph dominates. It chronicles the rising time it takes for companies to obtain aluminum stored in Goldman Sachs-owned warehouses since GS purchased the warehouses in 2010. The wait time has risen more than 6-fold, to more than 300 business days. A cluster of dots rendered in graphite appears to approach the graph. Particle physics tracks drop through the background.