Full Moon in the Daytime //Tyler Eash


  • R/SF projects 1050 Larkin Street San Francisco, CA, 94109 United States

New works by Tyler Eash 12/9 - 1/15

Opening Reception: 12/9 @ 7-10pm
Closing & Roundtable Discussion: 1/15 @ 5-8pm

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The symbol of the empty vessel has often signified both the capacity for plenitude and a waiting to be filled—a quintessential yin and yang fraught with tension yet predicated upon balance. Posing such tropes for dissection and contemplation is at the core of Tyler Eash’s latest body of multimedia works, a microcosm in and of itself which seeks to grapple with the human condition at large. Rife with a certain lightness of being, the works are as earnest as they are pressing—an exercise in art making for a higher power, and a meditation upon the soul.

Tyler Eash is a multi-media artist and architect living and working in San Francisco. Eash studied landscape architecture, choreography, and art at the University of California, Davis and his visual and performance works have exhibited throughout the Bay Area and New York. He was an artist in residence at the Shawl Anderson Dance Center (Berkeley, CA) as well as Safehouse Arts (San Francisco, CA). He is the Founding Curator of the #* Collective and has shown work at Movement Research at Judson Church (New York, NY). Recently his work was selected by Gensler Architects and Philippe Starck for the SLS Hotel collection in Las Vegas and he has contributed work to private collections. This is Eash’s first solo show with the gallery.