The Berlin based artist Brody Condon (b. Mexico 1974) facilitates and documents game-like group encounters that experientially probe the individual, material, and political ramifications of dissociative phenomena. The works are often made in collaboration with researchers, craftspeople, other artists, and public participants. His artworks and events have been presented at the Athens Biennale (2018), Berlin Biennale (2016), Stroom den Haag (2016), CCA Glasgow (2015), Momentum: Nordic Biennale (2015), Edinburgh Arts Festival (2013), MoMA/PS1 Greater New York (2010), Hammer Museum (2010), New Museum of Contempary Art as part of Performa (2009), Pace Wildenstein Gallery (2005), Whitney Biennial (2004), among many others. His work is in the collections of Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Albright-Knox Art Gallery Buffalo, and Kadist Foundation San Francisco. Condon studied at University of California at San Diego and the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, and was an adjunct professor at UC San Diego and UC Irvine. He has given lectures and workshops at institutions internationally such as Yale, RCA Stockholm, RCA London, Hammer Museum, School of Visual Arts, The New School, Columbia University, BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Carnegie Mellon, MoMA, International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, Konsthalle Skövde, and Portland Institute of Contemporary Art.