Rachel Harrison makes hand-painted sculptures, assemblages, and installations, using her own photographs, appropriated imagery, video, and objects, a kind of conversation between media, between abstraction and the figurative, between between the everyday and fine art. Movement, presence, and the body are critical to her viewing her work, and underlying that, the need to see what she considers an expression of freedom: being able to view things from many angles.

"Movement and the body are so important to my thinking about sculpture. I feel the work is about the need to see things from many angles, many points of view. My work is an argument for the need to experience art in the real, in the same space as our bodies."

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