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In residency from January 5 to April 12, 2022

Born in London where she lives and works.

Rhea Dillon is an artist, writer and poet based in London. Through her practice she examines and abstracts her intrigue of the ‘rules of representation’ as a device to undermine contemporary Western culture, seeking to continually question what constitutes the ontology of Blackness versus the ontic.

Recent exhibitions include V.O Curations, London; Soft Opening, London; Division of Labour, UK; External Pages, Online net artwork; Drawing A Blank, Paris; Almine Rech, London and Peak Gallery, London.

Rhea Dillon, Browning 2025 (working title), Video, colour, sound, 28 min, 2021. Photo courtesy of the Artist and V.O. Curations.

Rhea Dillon, These words took years to arrive *pause* leaking fortified enclaves, ink & acrylic paint on paper mounted onto felt noticeboard, 2020. Photo courtesy of the Artist.

Rhea Dillon, Atlas’ Duppeee Whoopeee Seat: women should stop cleaning faeces, everyone should clean faeces, balloon, disinfectant, body oils & found object, 2020. Photo courtesy of the Artist./legende>

Rhea Dillon, Janus *pause* leaking fortified enclaves, Sapele Mahogany and fluids, 2020. Photo courtesy of the Artist.