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Wow, a giant!  Not quite.  Don’t be misled, those are actually very small houses…

Like doll’s houses?  Exactly like doll’s houses…  Collected by the British artist Rachel Whiteread over two decades and kept in her basement ever since, the doll’s houses now get their chance to be centre stage.

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Think of this as an accompaniment to Picture of the Week: i.e. anything that doesn’t fit neatly under that heading will get squeezed into this one instead.  I suspect we’ll be featuring mainly museum exhibits, but I may come up with the occasional sculpture, installation or what have you…  First up:

Phillips Economic Computer

What the hell is that?  Good question.  It is, in a nutshell, an attempt at creating both a model and clear visual representation of national economics in action – using, of course, the universal language of dyed water.

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