https://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-britain/rhea-dillon5pm, Wednesday 7 June 2023
Cruciform Lecture Theatre
B404 - Lecture Theatre 2
Cruciform Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Rhea Dillon is an artist, writer and poet based in London. Examining and abstracting her intrigue of the ‘rules of representation’ as a device to undermine contemporary Western culture, Dillon questions what constitutes the ontology of Blackness versus the ontic.
The artist’s first institutional solo exhibition 'An Alterable Terrain' opened at Tate Britain Art Now in May 2023. She has another solo show 'We looked for eyes creased with concern, but saw only veils' currently open at Sweetwater, Berlin. Recent exhibitions include 'Real Corporeal' at Gladstone Gallery, New York (2022); 'Love' at Bold Tendencies, London (2022); 'The Sombre Majesty (or, on being the pronounced dead)', at Soft Opening, London (2022); and an online screening at The Kitchen, New York (2022). The artist presented 'Catgut – The Opera' at Park Nights 2021 in the Serpentine Pavilion, with an accompanying publication expected with Worms, launching at the ICA, London this summer (2023).
Rhea Dillon An Alterable Terrain is at Tate Britain until 1 January 2024.