Tyler Bohm is a mixed-media artist who spent several years working in the architectural industry, where he adopted the tools and techniques of digital and physical modelling to create digitally-based sculptural works. The resulting artistic process, which involves traditional approaches such as painting mediated through a range of design technologies, is reflective of the technological themes explored in his work. His work draws on science fiction narratives, imagining futurist scenarios that reflect our broader hopes and fears about the present.
In recent years, he has held solo exhibitions at the Ohio State University Urban Arts Space in Columbus and NEIU Fine Arts Center in Chicago, and his work has been included in group exhibitions at Trestle Galley in Brooklyn, Proto Gallery in Hoboken, Van Der Plas Gallery in New York, Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Dayton Visual Arts Center, and Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh. He is a graduate of Kenyon College and lives in Columbus.