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Rachel Whiteread's dolls houses

As someone who saw Rachel Whiteread’s House in Grove Road in the early 1990s, I was delighted to see the house theme taken a stage further by the playful Village, a collection of 150 mismatched dolls houses, some with lights on. 169 more words


3.2; Silicone and Resin

Aims: To cast one of my Balloon Pebbles in an alternative material: Create a silicone mould to cast a clear resin duplicate.

Why did I select this material/process/approach? 636 more words


3.1; Research: Rachel Whiteread

I gained a good appreciation for the development of Rachel Whiteread’s work from reading Charlotte Mullins book¹. What impressed me most is how it has evolved over time: the scale of her plaster sculptures grew until she cast an entire house, then shrank again as she explored new materials. 503 more words


3.1; Research: Rachel Dein

Rachel Dein creates floral tiles by pressing flowers and foliage into clay and then takes a plaster cast of the imprint. I discovered that as well sourcing from her own garden, she preserves wedding bouquets. 461 more words


PREVIEW: Rachel Whiteread, Tate Britain

The London gallery will celebrate over 25 years of the artist’s work in sculpture with this new exhibition of her work, on display from the 12th September.  266 more words


Experiencing "Village" by Rachel Whiteread with my red figure.


What was my intention for seeing Rachel Whiteread’s “Village” a collection of lit up dolls houses up close for the first time? 1,075 more words