SOLO

exhibition

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Tyll

Carly

CANADA

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“Questioning and challenging laws of nature, I examine the entanglement of existence as both finite and infinite.”

Carly Tyll is an emerging conceptual artist born on July 2nd, 1991. Based in Toronto, Ontario, she earned a degree in Fine Arts at OCAD University, majoring in Photography. While this allowed her the opportunity to refine how she saw the world, it ultimately left her infatuated with the unseen.

Branching into Photo-illustration, she had the opportunity to create rather than capture, exhibiting a unique inhibition to the mundane, which can also be seen in her explorations of drawing, painting, sculpture, collage, and film, often demonstrating an inter-media approach. Synthesizing aestheticism and substance, the intention of her work is to inspire and illuminate.

Xenos, 2

Color Photography

$700

In an effort to broaden her visual vocabulary, she allows a dialogue to remain present between her and the work. Often developing her dexterity in response to an immense imagination and indomitable dedication to its liveliness, much of her process is self-taught and therefore open to experimentation.

“Being the product of a profound longing for purpose and liberation, I allow my work to unfold naturally, rather than relying on a particular mode of interpretation.”

Considering the process of her work to be analogous to its intent, her work often changes and evolves over the course of its gestation. She creates because it’s fundamental to her very existence, feeding an insatiable hunger of the soul.

“Invested in the interest of ethereal evolution, my work reveals a curious and honest examination of the human experience intertwined with the whimsical and sensitive nature of the artist.”

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Captivated by the conception of that which is beyond comprehension, her work often engages in an escapist fashion, revealing remnants of the unconscious. In reverence to the beautiful and the sublime, she reflects upon the awe-inspiring wonders of reality within the physical and metaphysical realms, contrasting and comparing the two as both binary and singular.