Talented artist Megan Geckler returns with her flagging tape art and brings vibrant multicolor installations to life. Her latest series titled 'No chance to move backwards and see' takes inspiration from geometry and mathematics. Each piece is precisely calculated and patterned to create visual optical illusions.
The large-scale art works are meant to create different depths and dimensions. When interacting with her work, the audience is encouraged to look at each piece from different angles and formulate their own interpretations from altering viewpoints. This modular and sculptural collection will be on display at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art until February 23.
If you have a fondness for modern installations, mathematics or flagging tape art, this exhibit is for you, so check it out while you still can.
Megan Geckler Flagging Tape Art is Exquisite
1. Geometric Installations - Opportunity for architects and interior designers to incorporate three-dimensional and visually-stimulating geometric installations in their work.
2. Mathematical Art - Artists and designers can explore incorporating mathematical equations and principles into their work to create visually-striking and thought-provoking pieces.
3. Immersive Art Experiences - Opportunities for museums, galleries, and other institutions to create immersive art experiences that encourage audience interaction and exploration.
1. Art and Design - Artists and designers can incorporate flagging tape art, geometric installations, and mathematical principles into their work to create unique and visually-stimulating pieces.
2. Museums and Galleries - Opportunities for museums and galleries to showcase large-scale and immersive art installations that engage and encourage audience participation.
3. Architecture and Interior Design - Architects and interior designers can apply geometric installations and three-dimensional art pieces to their work to create striking visual elements that enhance the overall aesthetic.