Ido Radon experiments with the material, esoteric, and subversive possibilities of the radically interconnected, interpenetrated nature of things and beings including but not limited to the potentials and threats of our digitally ultra-networked present. She prototypes technologies and protocols via laminations of futures and pasts, translations (the carrying across of realms), cypherfeminist speculations, and deprecated tools and methods including applied material folk knowledges. Radon has had solo exhibitions at Artspeak (Vancouver, B.C), Ditch Projects (Springfield, OR), Et al. (San Francisco), Jupiter Woods (London), Pied-à-terre (San Francisco), and Portland Institute for Contemporary Art as part of TBA, and shown work at the Henry Art Gallery (Seattle), RONGWRONG (Amsterdam), BFA/Castiglioni (São Paolo), and Titanik (Turku, Finland). Her most recent book, Age of Sand (2019), was an eco-cyberfeminist mystic speculative fiction.