A new body of sculptures by Rhea Dillon that consider the formation of British and Caribbean identities
Rhea Dillon: An Alterable Terrain brings together new and existing sculptures as a conceptual fragmentation of a Black woman’s body. Examining material and colonial histories, theories of minimalism and abstraction, and Black feminist epistemologies. Dillon’s works evoke elements – including the eyes, mouth, soul and hands – of an amorphous, conceptual body that considers the formation of Caribbean and British identities.
Art Now is a series of free exhibitions showcasing emerging talent and highlighting new developments in British art.
Sponsored by the Art Now Supporters Circle:
Princess Alia Al-Senussi, Candida Gertler, Henry Moore Foundation, Tierney Horne, Lalla Hurst & family, Lyndsey Ingram Ltd, James Lindon, Véronique Parke, Catherine Petitgas, Alice Rawsthorn, Matthew Slotover and Emily King, Thomas Dane Gallery The William Brake Charitable Trust
And Tate Americas Foundation