CV

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2017
Not the Grammys, Terrault Contemporary, Baltimore, MD
It's Not Funny, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Rochester, NY
The Jump Off, UICA, Grand Rapids, MI
8-Bit, Whitdel Arts, Detroit, MI
Technorama, Sean Christopher Gallery, Columbus, OH (solo)

2016  
Introductions, Trestle Gallery, Brooklyn, NY
Neumann Plus One, Proto Gallery, Hoboken, NJ
Anthology, Van Der Plas Gallery, New York, NY
Gesture Control, Dayton Visual Arts Center, Dayton, OH
Just My Type, Whitdel Arts, Detroit, MI
Futurismo, Columbus Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, OH (solo)
The Future Is Behind Us, NEIU Fine Arts Center, Chicago, IL (solo)
Compressed, Rivet, Columbus, OH 

2015  
Art + Science, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY
Beyond Our Walls, Ohio State University Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH
Legend, Fitton Center for Creative Arts, Hamilton, OH
Untitled, Lumos Gallery, Columbus, OH

2014  
Untitled, Lumos Gallery, Columbus, OH
HWD, Rosewood Gallery, Dayton, OH
Roy/Joy/Boy, CML Carnegie Gallery, Columbus, OH

2012  
In Code, Ohio State University Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH (solo)
OhioCentric, Ohio State University Urban Arts Space, Columbus, OH
2012, Fuse Factory, Columbus, OH

2011  
Ignition 4.0, Fuse Factory, Columbus, OH
Off the Wall, The Works, Newark, OH and McConnell Arts Center, Columbus, OH

2010  
Homage to the Abstract, Cube Gallery, Ottawa, Canada
Art from the Heartland, Indianapolis Art Center, Indianapolis, IN
Inventions, McConnell Arts Center, Columbus, OH (solo)

2009  
Ignition, Fuse Factory, Columbus, OH
International Juried Show, Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, Summit, NJ
Strange Loop, Elements of Art, Columbus, OH (solo)
Heartland, Rivet, Columbus, OH

2008  
All Media, Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit, Detroit, MI
Techart III, South Shore Art Center, Cohasset, MA
Tyler Bohm, Dan Olsen and Kisha Swift, ROY G BIV, Columbus, OH

2007
Automation, Contemporary Art Institute of Detroit, Detroit, MI

PRESS/PUBLICATIONS

2017
Dialogist, Vol. IV, Issue I
Creativpaper.com, March 23
Rafferty, Rebecca, "RoCo’s exhibit approaches serious subjects with merry media", Rochester City Newspaper, April 12
Create! Magazine (blog), August 30
A Hundred Eleven, Vol. II (upcoming)
Peripheral Visionary Arts, Issue 6 (upcoming)

2016  
Butler, Sharon, "Recommended: 'Introductions 2016' at Trestle", Two Coats of Paint, Jan. 26
Machi, Vivienne, "DVAC Rings in 2016 with Gesture Control", Dayton Daily News, Jan. 27
Ramirez, Manuel, "'Mona Lisa defragged' de Tyler Bohm al acrílico en madera y plexiglás", Creativos Online (Spain), Feb. 9
Borg, Alex, Artist profile, Seven Shades of Black online (UK), April 4
Tonguette, Peter, "Local artist Tyler Bohm explores speculative views on Plexiglas", Columbus Dispatch, July 17
"Quick View: Tyler Bohm", SciArt Magazine, August Issue
"Technology, Tension & Transformation", Fuhrious Podcast, Dec. 14
Art Maze Magazine (blog), Dec. 22

2015  
Starker, Melissa, "Broken Stigma", Columbus Dispatch, June 14
Tigges, Jessie, "Fresh AIR 10 Year Anniversary Exhibition", Columbus Alive, June 18
365 Artists 365 Days, Aug. 12
Fresh Paint Magazine, December Issue

2014  
Yates, Christopher, "Unconventional Works Stand Out in a Cohesive, Compelling Show", Columbus Dispatch, June 8
Byrnes, Susan, "Art That's Deep", Dayton City News, Sept. 2
Dillon, Pamela, "HWD is One Outsized Exhibit, at Rosewood", Dayton Daily News, Aug. 29

2013
Burgess, Kathleen, "I Satellite", Pudding Magazine, March edition

2012  
Dion, Karen Gardiner, "Meta-Mission", 614 Magazine (Columbus), Sept. 1
Starker, Melissa, "OSU Urban Arts Space Salutes Ohio", Columbus Dispatch, Feb. 26

2011 Carruthers, Annie, "Off the Wall is Out of the Ordinary", Columbus Underground, Dec. 12
2010 Levine, Mike, "How We Judge Art", Unfolding (Ottawa), August
2008 Studio Visit Magazine, Vol. I
2007 Handyside, Chris, "The Art of Motion", Metrotimes (Detroit), Jan. 17

EDUCATION

BA, Kenyon College, Gambier, OH


STATEMENT

The technologies that shape our lives represent an intriguing platform for speculation. They evoke an array of hypothetical futures drawn from both the dystopian and utopian ends of science fiction. I explore this evolving technological landscape by imagining futurist scenarios that reflect our broader hopes and fears about the present.

My work speculates on the imminent, drawing on science fiction narratives and past eras' visions of the future. It explores themes such as technophilia and technophobia, how we understand and relate to emerging artificial intelligences, and how we maintain a sense of normalcy in the face of rapid technological change. 

These thematic interests dovetail with my process. I am interested in the role and potential of digital and fabrication technologies, and have adopted tools such as 3d modeling software and laser cutting to translate digital designs into physical objects, which I paint and assemble by hand.