About Tyler Mallison
Through a combination of media, Tyler Mallison (*1975 US/UK, London) gives form to an ‘uncertain space’— characterised by traces of the ephemeral and actions that introduce the medium of time, body and movement. Across the work there is a marked emphasis on materiality, digital mediation and the expanded field of painting.
Recent selected exhibitions include <u: read me/? (solo) (Plattenpalast, Berlin, 2016), Museum of Capitalism (HMKV, Dortmund, 2016), Summer Exhibition (Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2016), Spring Exhibition (Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Copenhagen, 2016), Show What You Want Show II (Melkweg, Amsterdam, 2015), Fingers Crossed II (The Engine Room, Manchester, 2015); ArtWorks Open (Barbican Arts Group Trust, London, 2015), Shadow of My Former Self (solo) (Window Project Dalston, London, 2014-15)
Mallison gained his MA at Central Saint Martins (2005) and BA at Northwestern University in Chicago (1997). He is one of the selected 2016-17 UK Syllabus II artists, working in partnership with New Contemporaries; Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Spike Island, Bristol; S1 Artspace, Sheffield; Studio Voltaire, London.
Also read our In the Studio interview with Tyler Mallison on Collectors Agenda.