Megan Geckler: ‘Rewritten by Machine on New Technology’ installation at MOAH

Category: Art Published on 22 Feb, 2013 Tags: , , , ,
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‘Rewritten by Machine on New Technology’ is the first of Megan Geckler’s installations to be re-imagined for a new architectural setting, re-engineered, and re-deployed. ‘Fill It Up and Pour It Down the Inside’, her 2006 installation at the Torrance Art Museum was the first iteration and featured a vortex-shaped twist between two rectangles. Machine is about twice the size, and it involves a rhombus and a new color scheme designed specifically for the Lancaster Museum of Art and History.

(Click images for full size photos)Megan Geckler: 'Rewritten by Machine on New Technology' installation at MOAHMegan Geckler: 'Rewritten by Machine on New Technology' installation at MOAH Megan Geckler: 'Rewritten by Machine on New Technology' installation at MOAH Megan Geckler: 'Rewritten by Machine on New Technology' installation at MOAH Megan Geckler: 'Rewritten by Machine on New Technology' installation at MOAH Megan Geckler: 'Rewritten by Machine on New Technology' installation at MOAH

MEGAN GECKLER: REWRITTEN BY MACHINE ON NEW TECHNOLOGY
Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH)
Lancaster, CA
until March 10, 2013
images © Megan Geckler Studio

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