Hailed for her ability to transform environments, Morag Myerscough’s vision is rooted in joy. Take her 2014 installation and collaboration with Luke Morgan Temple of Agape for the Festival of Love in London, where she used printed words — the word “LOVE” is recurring — neon colors, and architectural cutouts to invite visitors into her richly unique world. Through these explorative visual narratives, Myerscough offers a stunning and universal visual vocabulary. What Myerscough accomplishes is more than bright colors, bold patterns, and whimsical structures. She creates inclusive places out of ordinary spaces with the hope that all people can feel a sense of belonging.