Tyler Mallison (*1975 US/UK) is a London-based British-American artist. Through a combination of media, his work gives form to an ‘uncertain space’—exploring the often contradictory, rapidly shifting conditions of the shared post-digital capitalist experience. Both research and material exploration are integral to his process, drawing on diverse subjects that span consumerism, psychology, materiality and digital technology.
Mallison completed Syllabus II in 2017, delivered in partnership by New Contemporaries, Wysing Arts Centre (Cambridge), Studio Voltaire (London), Spike Island (Bristol), S1 Artspace (Sheffield) and Eastside Projects (Birmingham); and holds an MA from Central Saint Martins and BA from Northwestern University. Past residencies include Autocenter Contemporary Art Berlin, HMKV Dortmund and Guest Projects London.
Most recently, he's been furthering his research alongside the selected London Creative Network (LCN) programme delivered by SPACE Studios, London—focusing on the next stage of development of his iterative project ‘Working Prototype (Proposition for a better way of working)’.
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