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Jones Dillon
My current practice is founded on theories of intersectional feminism, •
gender and identity. Through the use of installation, sculpture, video and photography, I draw on the mundane and every day to examine how my experience fits into broader socio-political and intersectional feminist discourse.
I use my practice as a form of therapy to reflect on and work through personal traumas relating to sexual assault, family history and chronic health issues. My work acts as a reclamation of self, drawing on feminist theory and the shaping of identity through carrying intersecting burdens.
Trigger, Happy
Documentation of performance Dimensions Variable
Hessian, Lightbox Dimensions Variable
Rock, Rope Dimensions Variable

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