Ido Radon is an artist and writer whose practice is shaped by a logic of the destituent gesture. Her research interests include radical histories and discourses; uses and subversive misuses of technologies; and science/speculative fiction as a preprogramming of the present. The work is further informed by an interest in the material conditions of the production and reproduction of art and artist. These concerns are necessarily feminist.
Solo exhibitions have included those at Air de Paris, Artspeak, Ditch Projects, Et. Al Gallery, Jupiter Woods, Melanie Flood Projects, Muscle Beach, PANEL, Pied-à-terre, and SAND. Her work has been included in exhibitions at Disjecta, the Henry Art Gallery, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art, RONGWRONG, Titanik, and most recently, Veronica. She has given readings and talks at CCA Wattis, Miguel Abreu Gallery, and Felix Gaudlitz, among many others.
Radon is an autodidact who also holds an MFA from the University of British Columbia.