Megan Geckler is an American artist who lives and works in Los Angeles.
Geckler is known for her large-scale architectural installations constructed with flagging tape, a colorful plastic ribbon used primarily on construction sites, which she arranges to create massive immersive environments that are located in the territory between art, design, and craft. Taking the form of brightly colored, mathematical drawings in space, Geckler’s work is custom-tailored to the architectural elements that are unique to each exhibition venue - where skylights, staircases, and soffits become focal points for her painterly geometric environments. Geckler’s latest exhibitions and corporate commissions include Nike, Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Urban Outfitters, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), The Wexner Center for the Arts and Pasadena Museum of California Art, among others. Her work has been written about in ArtForum, The Huffington Post, Art Ltd., Arch Daily, DesignBoom, Design-Milk, and on numerous art, architecture and design blogs.