Tyler Jackson is a Wellington/Te Whanganui-a-Tara based emerging artist and facilitator at the artist-run space play_ station. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts with first class honours from Massey University in 2016. During his study, Jackson was the recipient of the NZ Art Show’s R T Nelson NZ Emerging Artist award. Projects include: Speed Dating 3.0, play_station, Wellington (2019); Nikau Hindin, Salome Tanuvasa, Sam Kelly, Tyler Jackson, Millers O’Brien, Wellington (2019); Courtship (with Robbie Handcock), Auckland Art Fair (2019); Between the beach and the lounge, Biquini Wax EPS, Mexico City (2018) and Traces: the part encodes the whole, [tacit] gallery, Hamilton (2018). Modulating Monolith is the second iteration of an artwork debuted at Sculpture on the Gulf, Waiheke Island (2019).