Ittah Yoda


Ittah Yoda, portrait, Cité des arts. Photo: Maurine Tric
Ittah Yoda, Installation view, Les Rencontres d'Arles Never The Same Ocean, Arles, 2021
Ittah Yoda, Never the same Ocean, 2021
Ittah Yoda, Racou, 2021
Ittah Yoda, Rosso, 2021
Ittah Yoda, Simulation Installation, 2020-2022.
Ittah Yoda, Exhibition view, APiece, 2021.


Ittah Yoda is Kai Yoda and Virgile Ittah, based between Berlin, Paris, Provence and Tokyo.

Coming from diverse backgrounds, Ittah Yoda have developed their artistic identity as a duo through digital technology, a vector of cross-cultural creative collaborations. Their collaboration gives birth to real, virtual and participatory forms that connect the heritage of humanity and the collective unconscious. Focusing on the collective and error, they explore the possibility of new collaborations between multiple cultures and space.
Their artwork unfolds as vast, generative and performative installations. Hosting a refined Artificial Intelligence, their pieces are continuously changing and ramifying according to their own dreamlike variations, in collaboration with the visitors’ gestures. The whole haptic experience falls within a therapeutic approach and forms an attempt to reframe ways of communicating and living together in the dawn of the Symbiocene.

Ittah Yoda’s recent exhibitions include Galerie Jérôme Poggi, Paris; Andrehn Schiptjenko Gallery, Stockholm; Double Sejour at Poush Manifesto, Clichy; Hagiwara Projects, Tokyo; Rencontres d’Arles; Sprout Curation, Tokyo; PM / AM Gallery, London; Carlier Gebauer, Berlin.

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