Cybele Lyle at TTQ

A Sculptural Installation
Jan 12 -Feb 9
Reception: Jan 12th 5-7PM
at 447 O'Farrell Street
BEER provided by Fort Point
(secret whiskey provided by Jonn)

In our ongoing interest of merging art and the every day, we asked Bay Area visual artist Cybele Lyle to create a sculptural installation within our office and storefront. In keeping with her recent work, Cybele has precariously wedged and braced a group of painted 2x4 wooden planks throughout our space, creating an installation that we literally have to walk through. This makes our usual mundane journey of retrieving something from the printer into a walk of excitement and (in some cases) slight risk.

If you are in the SF Bay Area and free this Thursday, come out and join us for a post-work beer and a walk through Cybele's work.


Cybele Lyle is an Oakland-based artist whose installation, video and 2D work reconstructs the architecture and natural environment around her into an alternate vision of interior and exterior space. Cybele graduated from Oberlin College with a BA in Environmental Studies, then went on to get a BFA from California College of Arts and Crafts in Printmaking and an MFA in Painting/Combined Media from Hunter College in New York in 2007. She has held residencies at Ox-Bow, Project 387, Atlantic Center for the Arts, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Art and most recently at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Her works have been exhibited across the United States including at the 205 Hudson St Hunter Gallery, New York; Bemis Center, Omaha; Oakland Museum, San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco; and Et al. gallery, San Francisco, among others. Cybele is a recipient of the Kala Fellowship, the Yozo Hamaguchi Printmaking award, and the Tony Smith Award. This coming spring she will be an artist in residence at Recology SF and will be participating in the California-Pacific Triennial at the Orange County Museum of Art. Cybele currently has a studio at Real Time and Space in Oakland and is represented by Et al. in San Francisco.

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