"I look at...historical models not in any sentimental way, but rather through a lens of abstraction. I do this by overlaying my own studio practice onto this rich territory, and I use it as a visual language for relaying my ideas about the body and its permeability in relation to sculpture."
Rachel Foullon (b. 1978) is an American artist. She mostly works with salvaged materials and combines them with other materials such as fabric to create artwork on themes of American rural areas. She has a MFA degree from Columbia University.