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    Back To The Nursery
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    Back To The Nursery

    , Rachel Harrington, 2020, mixed media

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    Tuck Me In
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    Tuck Me In

    , Rachel Harrington, 2020, acrylic on wood, steel, 51 x 36 inches

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    Early Grave
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    Early Grave

    , Rachel Harrington, 2020, canvas tunnel, ink on card, 30 x 16.5 inches

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    Big and Strong
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    Big and Strong

    , Rachel Harrington, 2020, various plastics, melted multivitamins, 11 x 9 inches

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    As Peter Rabbit Is My Witness
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    As Peter Rabbit Is My Witness

    , Rachel Harrington, 2020, steel, cable tie, cotton socks, sugar, wallpaper, 38 x 10 inches

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    The Night Before Brownie Camp
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    The Night Before Brownie Camp

    , Rachel Harrington, 2021, plastic bath, plastic pearls, LED light, 32 x 50 inches (approx)

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    I’ll Show You Mine
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    I’ll Show You Mine

    , Rachel Harrington, 2021, acrylic on clay, gummy snakes, LED light, 34 x 18 inches

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    Follow The Leader
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    Follow The Leader

    , Rachel Harrington, 2021, acrylic on wall, LED light, 43 x 61 inches (approx)

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    Full Moon
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    Full Moon

    , Rachel Harrington, 2021, plastic bottle, human (head) hair, 3 x 6.5 inches

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    Unfit
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    Unfit

    , Rachel Harrington, 2021, plaster foot, plastic shoe, LED light, 4.5 x 12 inches

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Rachel Harrington – BA/BFA

Rachel Harrington (b.1996) is a London-based artist specialising in mixed media sculpture, installation and occasionally illustration. Her work dramatises and demonises the inevitable process of growing up, through manipulating familiar childhood objects and classic gothic and horror themes. Her view of puberty as the ‘beginning of the end’ spreads a particularly pessimistic tone and sense of chaotic panic within her most recent displays: the threat of imminent adult sexuality is a confrontational reminder of the young body’s change and development without the mind’s choice in the matter.