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Vibrant Art Installations by Megan Geckler

Published Jun 30, 2017

American artist Megan Geckler uses plastic ribbons to create mesmerizing site-specific installations.

“Geckler’s process always begins with a site-visit during which she takes countless photographs, measurements and observations of the unique spaces in which she will work. This information is then translated into three-dimensional architectural drawings that help Geckler understand the site and aid in her ability to transform everyday elements of the architecture into focal points for her site-specific artworks. An installation can take a single day, or be completed over a series of weeks, depending on the size and scope of the project. In either case, each space is transformed into an immersive environment in which the viewer is given multiple pathways to experience the installation on their own terms.”

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