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Cybele Lyle

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Thesis
Queer Room - Installation View, 2007 Video Projection, Vinyl Digital Prints Variable ~15' X 15' © 2007
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The Last Resort - Installation View, 2009 Video Projection Variable © 2009
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Space Shuttle - Installation View, 2008 Video Projection, Foam Core, Mirrored Plexi 6" X 8" X 7", 1 Min 38 Sec Loop © 2008
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Queer Facade - Installation View, 2007 C Prints, Wood 120" X 80" X 3" © 2007
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Queer Triptych, 2007 Digital Prints 84" X 126" © 2007
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Queer Triptych - Detail, 2007 Digital Prints Detail © 2007
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Untitled (Hermosa) - 2, 2009 Digital Print Variable © 2009
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Untitled (Model) - 2, 2009 Digital Print Variable © 2009
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Untitled Still (Hermosa) - 4, 2009 Digital Print Variable © 2009
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© Courtesy of the Artist and San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery (Window Site)
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© Courtesy of the Artist and Kala Art Institute
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Untitled (Screens 2) Screenprint 22” X 30” © Courtesy the Artist and Et Al. Gallery, San Francisco
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Untitled (Screens 9), 2014 Screenprint 22” X 30” © Courtesy the Artist and Et Al. Gallery, San Francisco
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
pasadena, ca
Lives in
san francisco
Works in
oakland
Schools
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture
Representing galleries
Tags
gallery mixed-media, dyke, queer, architectural mixed-media installation, video-art, landscape, photography, digital, abstract, conceptual, sculpture
Upcoming Exhibitions and Events
May, 2017
Statement

Using various strategies of documentation, my work examines issues of identity and social representation by focusing the lens on myself and my community. I explore the connections between constructed space and constructed subjectivity through sculpture, photography, video and projection. The spaces I create – queer, safe, architectural and emotional – form a critically reconstructed mirror of reality, an alternative environment in which all forms of intimacy are allowed to be visible. I use social and visual material of my own life to represent spaces of transformative potential and desire.