Rachel Whiteread was the first woman to win the Turner Prize, in 1993. The artist’s life-size cast of the inside of derelict a house in London’s East End was demolished soon after. I was born in the same year as Whiteread and have followed her career; from the award-winning concrete house (House 1993-1994) to the current retrospective at Tate Britain. I’m fascinated by the idea of ‘negative space’ or inside-out sculptures of everyday objects (chairs, tables, baths, hot waterbottles). And so I’ll be tuning into the BBC’s Imagine programme, Rachel Whiteread: Ghost in the Room, tonight at 9pm. Staying inside to watch good TV on a Saturday night, that’s the kind of space I like to occupy.