Tyler B. Myers primarily works collaboratively. He co-founded the duo Cupola Bobber (2000 - present), and worked with Lucky Pierre (2000 - 2008). Both groups tour/ed and exhibit/ed work across the US and internationally. Venue highlights for collaborative work include the Plateaux festival at Künstlerhaus Mousonturm in Frankfurt, Performance Space 122 and the CUE Art Foundation in New York, Fusebox Festival in Austin, Arnolfini in Bristol, Battersea Arts Centre and the Chelsea Theatre in London, Eurokaz in Zagreb, Belluard Bollwerk International in Switzerland, and Kunsthaus Graz in Austria. Individual and one-off collaborative projects have been shown at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art, the Cleveland Performance Art Festival, Yokohama's Theatre Fonte, and PSI 15 in Zagreb. His published writing includes, The Dictionary of Endurative Actions in The Drama Review (Cupola Bobber), Way Out West, the Sea Whispered Me: A Reading Companion (Cupola Bobber), Letter to Leatherface in Frakcija Performance Journal, Letter To Tolstoy in Make: A Chicago Literary Magazine, and Monologue For One Performer Taking One Step, Slowly in an anthology on SLOW (Cupola Bobber). Recipient of a 2010 MacDowell Colony fellowship, Tyler received his BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, with a Nelson Raymond Fellowship, and an MFA from Northwestern University's Art Theory and Practice Department, with a Presidents Fellowship.