Leo Asemota / EoTLA

This artists’ book is a clean and simple perfect bound hard cover design presenting in detailed full colour, reproductions of the thirty-five Polaroid Time-Zero Colour photographs that is stage 1 of “The Ens Project’s First Principles”.

Year: 2007

Publisher: EoTLA

Text: Dr Charles Gore.

47 pages; 35 colour plates


Dimensions: 8.25 x 10.75 in. (21 x 28.3 cm)

ISBN: 978-0-9542-7372-9

(Out of print)

Testimony is an artists’ book of Asemota’s performance at the National Portrait Gallery in London on June 26, 2008.

Each edition features Asemota’s handwriting in pigment ink, several drawings in graphite including the seven Marshalling in the performance along with unfixed drawings in orhue (kaolin) and coal*, a post-it note, a leaf out of a book of collected poems by Rudyard Kipling, photocopies, post-card, a piece of ribbon, a unique Polaroid SX-70 colour photograph, newsprint, official press release and archival colour photographs. The Stabilo eraser tipped HB Blacklead pencil Asemota made the drawings is affixed to the spine of the slipcase.

*Pages contain orhue (kaolin) and coal sand particles

Year: 2008

Publisher: EoTLA

Description: 35 concertina-pleated pages (unfolds to a length of 15.5 feet / 4.72 metres) in hardcover housed in a black clothbound hardcover slipcase.

Text by Rudyard Kipling, Walter Benjamin and Leo Asemota

English, German and Edo

Dimensions: 14.8 x 21 x 3.3 cm

Edition: 10 unique copies, each signed by Leo Asemota

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This CD is of the first act of Leo Asemota’s hour-long performance interpretation of Walter Benjamin’s seminal essay “An Artwork in The Age of Its Technological Reproducibility”. The performance marked stage 4 in The Ens Project’s First Principles and was broadcast on the art radio station Resonance 104.4FM.

The disc is an advanced premium grade black on black composition in a jewel case encased in yellow corrugated cardboard box. Inserts include a précis, promotional leaflet and a certificate of ownership signed by Leo Asemota.

Year: 2007

Publisher: EoTLA

English and German

Duration: 31’01

14.5 x 13 cm

(Out of print)

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Leo Asemota A Circle in the (w)Hole

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Leo Asemota After Walter; Act 1


Published on the occasion of Leo Asemota’s collaboration with Kilimanjaro magazine during Zoo Art Fair in 2007.

This double-sided poster features “Epilogue” a new art work by Leo Asemota and on the reverse a reproduction of a found silver gelatin print from EoTLA’s collection.

Year: 2007

Kilimanjaro and EoTLA

Description: Litho print on Offenbach Bible paper

Dimensions: 68.2 x 48 cm
Edition: 250 copies

(Out of print)

Leo Asemota Testimony


This artists’ box contain archival inkjet reproductions on 100% rag paper of the twenty Polaroid Time-Zero colour photographs that comprise FiTH Work No. 22: He That Is I published on the occasion of the exhibition “Leo Asemota | The Cure: Complete Works” at The Fount™ Gallery.

Year: 2004

Publisher: The Fount™ Enterprise

Text by agnes amure


Dimensions: 21.7 x 30.5 cm

ISBN 0-9542737-1-0

The Fount™ Enterprise issued a commemorative stamp collection on the occasion of the exhibition “Leo Asemota | The Cure: Complete Works” at The Fount™ Gallery in London in 2004.

This book contains five stamps printed by Royal Mail featuring characters in the film “Cult”. A specially created archival inkjet print of “FiTH Work No.23: The Cure” accompanies each copy in the edition.

Year: 2004

Publisher: The Fount™ Enterprise


24 pages

Dimensions: 14.8 x 21 cm; Print size: 13.5 x 19 cm

Edition: 20 copies

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Leo Asemota FiTH Work No.22: He That Is I

Leo Asemota Cult Book of Stamps

Back cover and spine

This Multi-Touch artists’ book Leo Asemota | SASH OF FULFILMENT finalizes the art event of 2013, which comprised of a parade, film screening, artist talk and exhibition.

The contents of this eBook includes the complete film of the performance at the British Museum, audio clips from the discussion between Leo Asemota and British Museum curator Chris Spring, an image gallery of the art works in the exhibition in the Contemporary Rooms at EoTLA, biographical notes and a short glossary from the Project’s Ens Cyclopaedia.

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Year: 2014

Publisher: i.d.e. / Made at EoTLA

Pages: 20 pages

Size: 98.5 MB

Language: English

Book includes audio, video and interactive materials.

Leo Asemota Sash of Fulfilment

The Avatāra Suite by Leo Asemota is a set of 6 hard ground etchings on  overpainted photographs. Merging performance, photography, sculpture with printmaking, the prints completes a live art work by Asemota that was staged in the Tate Modern Tanks in 2012.

Year: 2015

Description: Hard ground etching and overpaint on photograph. Printed on 500gsm Hahnemuhle Photo Rag® paper.

Dimensions: Sheet: 11.3 x 14.1 in x 6 (28.7 x 36 x 6 cm); plate: 8 x 10.4 in x 6 (20.2 x 26.5 cm x 6).

Edition: 6 + 2 artist’s proofs and 2 printer’s proofs. Presented in a custom made portfolio with a blind de-bossed name and title in silver foil.

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Leo Asemota The Avatāra Suite

Leo Asemota AFTER WALTER 10th anniversary edition

This artistsʼ book is released on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of Leo Asemotaʼs “After Walter: A transmission in 2 acts” his performance reading of Walter Benjaminʼs regarded text “The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction” (1936). The work was written specifically for radio, and performed in the studios of Resonance 104.4 FM in a live broadcast on 19 January 2007.

Year: 2017

Description: 3 items (Audio CD, Photo book and Print) presented in a signed custom-made cardboard tube case.

Dimensions: Case: 7.8 x 15.7 in (20 x 40 cm); Audio CD: 5.6 x 4.9 in (14.2 x 12.4 cm); Photo book: 5.8 x 8.2 in (14.8 x 21 cm); Print: 60 x 13.3 in (152.5 x 34 cm)

Edition: 100 + 5 artist’s proofs

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Leo Asemota After Walter  

10th anniversary edition

Leo Asemota | RECALL: The longMarch of Displacement

A high-definition video recording of the live art work “The longMarch of Displacement” (2008) on a Blu-ray disc. Every disc in the edition bears a thermal printed video still from a different point in time in the performance. The discs are mounted on foam spiders attached to black foam board and is enclosed in hand-cut foldout box designed on the outline of St. Paul’s Cathedral.

Description: HD video on thermal printed Blu-Ray disc in artists’ presentation box

Duration: 16.10 minutes

Dimensions: 8.8 x 12.2 in (22 x 30.8 cm); Unfolded: 20.8 x 31.8 in (53 x 81 cm)

Edition: 30 + 1 A/P

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Leo Asemota

RECALL: The longMarch of Displacement

(ultrasanity anecdotes sound fractions)

This artistsʼ album of sounds is released on the occasion of the research, performance and exhibition project “Ultrasanity: On Madness, Sanitation, Antipsychiatry and Resistance”.

Concept and design by Leo Asemota

Compilation by Leo Asemota and Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung

Year: 13 December 2019

Description: 2 items (Album sleeve with print insert of a line engraving by M. Greuter “A surgery where all fantasy and follies are purged and good qualities are prescribed” )

Dimensions: Sleeve: 12.2 x 12 in (31 x 30.5 cm); Print: 12 x 9.8 in (30.5 x 24.5 cm)

Edition: 5 + 5 artist’s proofs

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(ultrasanity anecdotes sound fractions)