I think mango you say salmon, 2016, Annka Kultys Gallery, London, Installation vew






T.P. 2017, part of group show 'Risky Attachments' curated by Like a Little Disaster, Foothold, Polignano A Mare, Bari










Solo Exhibitions
2016     I think mango you say salmon, Annka Kultys Gallery, London    
2015     Walking on the beach imitating sand, Hus Gallery, London         
2014     HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU, Lychee One Gallery, London        

Group Exhibitions
2018     Dead Air, LARP performance/game, Omsk Social Club, Berlin/London/Zurich
2018     TBA, ANDOR Gallery, London       : cur  George Unsworth
2017     Delta, ICPE, Bucharest
2017     Risky Attachments, FOOTHOLD, Polignano a Mare       : cur  Like a little disaster           : catalogue
2017     Post - Living Room, Shibuya Hikarie 8/ Cube 1.2.3, Tokyo       : cur  Sprout Curation + Tomio Koyama 
2017     SQUISHY: eels swim in snakey, Julius, Berlin      : cur  Àngels Miralda       
2017     Lightness, White Rainbow Gallery, London            
2017     Still Fuzz, Windows16 Gallery,          : online
2017     LCN Showcase, Space, London       
2016     Off to Mahoganny, Rye Lane, London        : cur  Canan Batur (Clearview.ltd)
2016     Suggest The Shape of The Wind, Nam Project, Milan
2016     Aujourd'hui je dis oui, Galeria Boavista, Lisbon                    
2015     What is a bird? We simply don’t know, Nicodim Gallery, Bucharest        : cur  Domenico de Chirico
2015     Future can wait, B1 Victoria House, London
2014     In The Flesh, OBS Gallery, Kent           : catalogue
2013     The Open West, Cheltenham Museum, Cheltenham






Easy One, 2016
nylon fabric, polyester fabric, silicone
powder coated steel, neodymium magnets
260 x 183 x 17 cm


I think mango you say salmon, 2015, London, studio installation view

Incriment #I, 2015
silicone, colorant, sand
123 x 112 x 9 cm

Rouben, 2017, T.P., Risky Attchments, Foothold, Polignano a Mare, Bari
silicone, expanding silicone, photochromic pigment
marble dust, PET-G
86 x 42 x 25 cm


Walking on the beach immitating sand, 2015, Hus Gallery, London, installation view

HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU, 2014, Lychee One Gallery, London, installation view

You have what you have #II, 2017
silicone, photochromic pigment
steel rod, resin, marble dust
23 x 17 x 16 cm


Ishin, 2017
polyproplene mesh, resin, polyester mesh, carbon rod
photochromic pigment, dye sublimation print
84 x 65 x 15 cm

You like this idea to be totally in love, 2017, Post Living Room, Sprout Curation, Shibuya Hikarie 8/Cube 1, 2, 3, Tokyo



2017     Organising Life without a World     by Penny Rafferty
2014     HERE'S LOOKING AT YOU     by Alexander García Düttmann

2018     Aujourd'hui     Risky Attachments - Foothold
2018     KubaParis     “Risky Attachments” @ Like A Little Disaster
2017     Sleek Magazine     Berlin's 13 Best Art Shows of 2017   by Sophia Lawler-Dormer
2017     Tzvetnik     Post-Living Room, a group show at Hikarie 8/ Cube 1, 2, 3, Tokyo
2017     Schön! Magazine     interview I ittah yoda  by Daisy Schofield
2016     Art Asia Pacific     I think mango you say salmon  by Ambika Rajgopal
2016     Mousse Magazine     I think mango you say salmon 
2016     1 Grannary     Ittah Yoda and the Ying and Yang of the artist collaboration, by Aric Miller
2015     El Pais     A quién benefician las exposiciones solo para mujeres?, by Cristina Belda + Erika Astudillo
2015     AQNB     What is a bird?... @Nicodim  by Eva Folks
2015     Art Viewer     What is a bird? We simply don’t know at Nicodim Gallery
2015     Nowness     Walking on the beach immitating sand, A site-specifiec collaboration
2014     We find wildness     Here’s Looking at you, by Sophoie Yerly

Residencies/ Grants/ Awards
2017     LCN, SPACE, London
2012     1 Year Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists, Agency of Cultural Affairs, Bunka-cho, Japan 

2011-13 MFA, Royal College of Art, London


Ittah Yoda is an artist duo by Virgile Ittah (b.1981 Paris), and Kai Yoda (b.1982 Tokyo). We create installations that blur the lines between reality and fiction, through heightened senses of confusion and instability, questioning the relation and balance between human and technology within the ecosystem.
With a particularly strong interest in haptics on an emotional level, we consider our work as fragments of the human body and nature in a rhizomatic relation.

Adding digital process in our work recently, we include the error of the programme as a third creator, exploring matter and forms that question the boundaries between the human hand and the machine. Forgetting the historical past in relation to the notion of individuality and uniqueness, we explore the creation of new entities connected together under the form of a new ecological justice.

You have what you have, 2017, Lightness, White Rainbow Gallery, London
expanding silicone, photochromic pigment
silicone, resin, marble dust
23 (223) x 17 x 16 cm (set of 2)


Rouben (detail), 2017