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Rachel Whiteread

Secondhand (2004)

Edition of 400
Stereolithograph of laser sintered white nylon. Produced by 3TRPD, Newbury, Berkshire.
h11 x d10 x w16cm (4.5 x 4 x 16.6 in)
Each comes with a certificate, numbered and signed by the artist.
$1,350
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This ghostly white sculptural multiple is based on an assemblage of vintage dolls house furniture. The furniture was first arranged by Whiteread in a manner mimicking displays seen outside used furniture stores. Then 3d scans were taken of the arrangement, which were subsequently utilised to create the sculpture using an advanced form of stereolithography. Reduced to a scaled down highly minimal object, traces still remain of the idiosyncrasies of the original model furniture.
Rachel Whiteread creates elegant and poetic sculptures which explore architecture, space, absence and memory. Often inspired by the physicality of the human body, her works are poignant for their exploration of intimate domestic spaces and household objects. Typically her sculptures are casts of the negative space surrounding or within an object. She is also a prolific draughtsman and printmaker, her two-dimensional work shares the primary concerns of her sculptures: texture and surface; void and presence; and the subtle observation of human traces in everyday life.