Aisuke Kondo / 近藤愛助

”Reconstruction of  Memories”

When I was a child, I oft broke my bones.

This was because my body was very weak. 

Through these experiences, today I think that a body is a fragile object.

Furthermore, I have the feeling that my body is not myself. 

I feel a certain discrepancy to my body. 

“Reconstruction” is the main concept of my artworks, and this concept comes from the above experiences.

I create my artworks using the method of collage in order to express the discrepancy between body and mind. 

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Early Works



2013 – Installation View at Tokyo Wonder Site Berlin, Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

2014 – Installation View at Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

2012 – Installation View at FRISE Künstlerhaus Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany

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2010 – Installation View at Projektraum, Kunstraum Kreuzberg / Bethanien, Berlin, Germany

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2007 – Installation View at Berlin University of the Arts, Berlin, Germany

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”Atomic Memories: Works 2011 – 2013”

”Reconstructed Memories: Works 2010 – 2006”