COSMIC LAG (ONGOING)
In the Window
COSMIC LAG (ongoing), is an exploration of creation that encourages audiences to become conscious of their existence, to make them aware of the ‘lag’ they imprint onto the universe. All things move through time and space indefinitely–each passing moment continuously spirals throughout the cosmos. The camera parts included in the installation are meant to navigate these time spirals, which never cease to get wider and broader with various experiences. The Red Camera, captures an image of the viewer when the motion sensor is activated, making them relative to and relevant within these vast spirals.
Tyler Ryan is a photographer and installation artist who received a BFA in photography at Maine College of Art. He is a founding member of Pseudodox Collective, an art and technology group. Their collaborative work, VRage, debuted at the ICA in Portland, ME and will be traveling to Currents New Media Art Festival in Santa Fe, NM in June 2018. Tyler Ryan’s works have been exhibited in the MECAmorphosis 2017: BFA Thesis Exhibition and four BFA shows at the Maine College of Art. He was recently awarded Most Innovative Artwork in the 2017 BFA Exhibition.