An American artist Megan Geckler has the latest site specific installation at Sydney’s historic Customs House. A colorful and cascading rainbow tape filling. That is around 46,000 ft. of flagging tape streams going down to its six story atrium.
“Large-scale installations are defined entirely by their surface, hollow on the inside. Challenging the notion that sculptures have both weight and volume,” Geckler shares.
“Essentially drawings in space, they bisect and alter our perception of the architecture and become seemingly kinetic as the viewer’s orientation changes.”