Tyler is an artist, educator, and curator living and working in Philadelphia. Kline grew up in Stone Mountain, GA, studied Architecture and Painting at the Savannah College of Art and Design, Anthropology and Sculpture at Portland State University, and Installation and Sculpture at The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. Kline currently teaches sculpture, art history, and design at Rowan University and 3D Design at Pennsylvania College of Art and Design.
Kline’s studio and curatorial work braids Visual Anthropology with cross disciplinary aesthetics, with an interest in emerging media and scientific cross-pollination.
Furthermore, Kline is a visual artist who has created installations in Portland, Atlanta, New York, and Philadelphia, and exhibited at the Pink Noise Projects, Philly, Rebeka Templeton Cont., Little Berlin, MASS MoCA, Vox Populi, The Delaware Art Museum, Dumbo Art Center, The Armory, NYC, The Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, Washington County Museum of Fine Art, The University of The Arts, The Pennsylvania Academy of The Fine Arts, Portland State University, The Savannah College of Art and Design, New Bedford Art Museum, The Goethe Institute of San Francisco, and Disjecta.
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts - MFA, Installation & Sculpture
Portland State University - BA, Anthropology and Sculpture