The Berlin based artist Brody Condon (b. Mexico 1974) often facilitates and documents game-like group encounters that experientially probe dissociative phenomena. The work is best known for its early influence on re-purposing computer games and LARP techniques.
Past exhibitions and events have been presented at the Athens Biennale (2018), Berlin Biennale (2016), CCA Glasgow (2015), MoMA/PS1 Greater New York (2010), Hammer Museum (2010), New Museum of Contemporary Art as part of Performa (2009), Pace Wildenstein Gallery (2005), Whitney Biennial (2004), among many others. Public collections include Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Albright-Knox Gallery, and the Kadist Foundation.
Condon studied at University of California at San Diego and attended residencies at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten. He has presented lectures and workshops at institutions such as Yale, RCA London, Hammer Museum, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Carnegie Mellon, MoMA, and Royal Academy Stockholm.