Lyla Rye

Lyla Rye is Toronto based installation artist, who began her studies in architecture. She works in installation, video and photography to explore our experience of architectural space. Her work has been exhibited across Canada and internationally including exhibitions in San Francisco, New York, Adelaide (Australia), Paris, and Berlin. Her solo show, Cyclorama, was recently exhibited at the Southern Alberta Art Gallery, Lethbridge and the Visual Arts Centre Clarington, Bowmanville. She has exhibited at Cambridge Public Galleries, The Tree Museum, Gravenhurst, Eyelevelgallery, Halifax, Southern Exposure Gallery, San Francisco, The Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto, The Mendel Art Gallery, Sasakatoon, The Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina and at the Power Plant, Toronto. Lyla Rye has work in the public collections of the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, York University, Cadillac Fairview Corporation, The Tom Thomson Art Gallery, Harbourfront Centre and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery. She has exhibited with a number of collectives including NetherMind, 5 things hic and Persona Volare.   



2005, 03:30 minutes, colour, English


2005, 03:50 minutes, colour, English

The Juniper Tree (installation version)

2002, 07:00 minutes, Colour

The Juniper Tree (single channel version)

2002, 07:00 minutes, Colour

Byte (installation version)

2002, 07:49 minutes, Colour, audio intermittent

Byte (single channel version)

2002, 05:25 minutes, Colour, audio intermittent

Critical Writing

Art, Censorship & Indignation
by David Armstrong. Arts Atlantic, Fall 2002, no. 73.