Tyler Kline received his BA in Anthropology and Sculpture from Portland State University and a MFA in Installation and Sculpture from The Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts. He has curated shows at: Atlanta’s Moving Spirits Gallery, Portland’s Martial Arts Gallery, Zeitgeist and Disjecta, as well as Philadelphia’s Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts and Little Berlin. A Strong believer in the power of Art to revitalize communities and bring about social change; he is fascinated by playing with the porous boundaries between painting, video, sculpture, performance, and printmaking. Kline’s work at Little Berlin braids Visual Anthropology with cross disciplinary aesthetics, forging bonds to make the future solid enough to Bloom.
Tyler has served as Little Berlin’s in-house photographer, documenting the various happenings inside the gallery and arranging it all onto the flickr feed.
Past Work at Little Berlin
March 2014: The Place of Dead Roads November 2011: The Western Lands October 2010: Cities of The Red Night August 2009: Bone Tails March 2008: These Ghosts That Haunt Us