Project Description

Date: 2001
Location: East Gallery, Claremont, California
Medium: Flagging tape, eyehooks
Size: 40 x 40 x 14 feet / 12.19 x 12.19 x 4.27 meters

Based on two-point perspective drawing technique, Geckler used her own eye level to determine the origin points for the design located on the rear wall of the gallery. Two chevrons, one on either side of the gallery spanned from ceiling to floor, creating a three-dimensional version of the drawing technique. This was Geckler’s first three-dimensional large-scale installation with flagging tape and her thesis exhibition at Claremont Graduate University.