In my current practice, my work explores history, memory, identity and sensory perception in relation to my family and myself, within individual lives and across broad sweeps of history and culture. I interpret the evidence of the lives I explore as signals that pass through their respective cultures and time periods; these signals are continuously transformed as they reach our current perception of them. This work amounts to a type of surveillance of these signals, and an examination of the connections between them and myself as they manifest in a broad variety of work.  

Most of this work is in video and sound media, along with expanded installation and performance work.

My CV can be found right here.

Contact:  tkbuhler@gmail.com

I was interviewed on WQRT 99.1 FM in Indianapolis in the run-up to my solo exhibition The Name of the Machine from the Moon in May 2019.

The arts journalism site Tone Madison (Madison, Wisconsin) did an interview with me in October 2018.

I was a recipient of the Foundation Prize from Peripheral Vision Arts (an online peer-reviewed art criticism journal), and they conducted an interview with me.

Here are a few other sites where my work lives: