Atsuhide Ito

Dr Atsuhide Ito
PhD, MA, BA (Hons), BA (Hons), FHEA

Senior Research Fellow

Biography

Through his practice of art, Atsuhide investigates how environmental data can be translated into affective experiences.

He studied Social Anthropology and Fine Art in his undergraduate degrees, and subsequently completed an MA in Social Anthropology, and obtained a PhD in Fine Art. His PhD thesis and project concerned non-places, aesthetics and landscape on the Tokaido Route (the major travel route along the Pacific Coast of Japan).

While his interests remain in transitory subjectivity, environmental aesthetics and ecological philosophy, Atsuhide has focused more on the nuclear Anthropocene and the politics of air (aeropolitics) in recent years.

Along with his practice of art, especially in painting, video and machines, Atsuhide has been developing a theory fiction as a way of situating personal experiences against the backdrop of the larger ecological crisis.

Further information

2021
Autumnism, Kösk, Munich, Germany with Angela Fechter and Raphael Brunner

2019
Sound of Waves, Pocko, Park Hotel, Tokyo Japan. 2021

Fire in the Swimming Pool, Pocko Gallery, London, England.

Illusion of Tenderness: From the Painting Collection of Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre.

Daugavpils, Latvia

2018
Cache, curated by Richard Burton, Angus Hughes Gallery, London.

2017
Literatu Street, Vilnius Academy of Art, Lithuania.

The Museum of Dustology, the Spark, Solent University, Southampton, England.

2016
Civilized?, with Kate Aries, Olivia Abdul, Issey Rinaldi, Amy Wright, Emma Tod, Nicola Chamberlain, Chloe Wiltshire, Curated by Amy Wright, Hoxton Arches, London

Float, Solent University, Southampton.

2015
Antigone’s Chalk Dust in 10 Days Winchester, with Lee Mackinnon and Simon Clark, Winchester, UK.

The Dust in Venice – To The Graceful Who Gave Me The Permission in IMTen at IMT Gallery, London

Inscription: The Almshouse Tempera Project with Derek Hampson, Deborah Harty, Peter Suchin at Atrium Exhibition Space, Nottingham Trent University

Super-Salon, Curated by Alan Magee, at DOLPH Projects, London

Taught courses

BA (Hons) Fine Art

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