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Jonah Dillon is an artist born in New England in 1999.

His work largely centers around conventions including western constructs of masculinity and its relationship to labor and class, cycles of encouraged violence and voyeurism, guilt, and shame, as well as embedded and internalized personal histories that change our present relationships to existing objects and spaces. These experiences are often mediated through noted intersections between industrial education and animal husbandry, providing the basis for a sculpture based studio practice that primarily employs elements of assemblage and materiality derived from grotesque, abject fusions of United States domestic market objects and animal refuse.

He currently works and lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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