Tyler Paige

Hello, I am an artist, designer, and developer. I work in journalism, video production, and web development —

(“durational media for storytelling.”)

Archived

Research and Development

R&D is a website that is performed in front of an audience. The slideshow format is completed by a paranoid reading of a script. It is the story of an intern gone rogue.

Because of the performative nature of this piece, this website is available only to those who have the link. To request access, please email me at tyler clark paige at gmail dot com.

Brief excerpts:

266w25st Exhibition Sites (2014 – present)

(See above for general information regarding the 266w25st project.)

Part of this project’s program is to temporarily realize these fictional insitutions through design and creative writing. Often this takes the form of a short-term website. After the exhibitions end, the websites are archived.

Above you can find some archived exhibitions:

Post-graduate animation and sound composition sketches

Gotta stay on my image-making game!

Prop design for CLOUD HUNTERS, a play coming to Metaverse Theater.


Green Camp, An A.R.T. Project

Green Camp is the story of the story of Cooper Union’s lost green campus: a nature getaway that exists only in institutional memory, leaving current students yearning for its fabled pastures, lost with the school itself. But does the place live on without the esprit-de-corps that fed it for so many years? 3 young art students set on a quest to find out!

“I’m so sorry you’ll never get to experience that place.”

Green Camp: An A.R.T. Project is a multi-directional slideshow that is sometimes performed for an audience and sometimes sent out as a piece to be read. It is a proposal for a non-linear storytelling of the effects of nostalgia and esprit-de-corps in American higher education.

tyler.click

tyler.click is a platform for me to release low-pressure, low-anxiety projects. And its backend is up for grabs!

Intention.js

Intention.js is a Javascript library for dynamically restructuring HTML based on any conceivable axis. I provided contributions to this library, including documentation and the promotion website itself.

Check it out! You can even preview what the site looks like on different devices by clicking the little icons.

Designing User Navigation Find Your Topic