Donald Dahmer is a collection of poems by South London-born artist, Rhea Dillon. Dillon’s poems take the form of fluid and fragmented musings; understandings and misunderstandings; and conscious and less conscious textual processes attached to her research-driven conceptual practice and personal experiences.
Taking inspiration from Marilyn Manson and his band, the title of the publication, Donald Dahmer, is a cultural portmanteau that nods towards the murkiness of icons and iconography. The title references the first and surnames of the two contemporary figures: Donald Trump and Jeffrey Dahmer.
Author: Rhea Dillon
Published by: V.O Curations
Design: Ernest Wereko
Copy Editor: Kate Wong
Size: 20 x 12 cm
Publication Date: November 2021