Above Horizon
James Turrell
Above Horizon
James Turrell (American; Contemporary, Post-Minimalism, Light and Space, Installation; b. 1943): Above Horizon, 2004. Skyspace, room features two fold away portals made of carbon fiber composite materials and thousands of Hidden LEDs for the sky and light show. The room is built with concrete seating. Private Installation, James Goldstein, Beverly Hills, California, USA. Photo: © 2014 Jeff Green Photography. © This artwork may be protected by copyright. It is posted on the site in accordance with fair use principles.

Color is alive and color alone makes things come alive..." (Paul Cézanne)

'Manipulating light as a sculptor would mold clay, James Turrell creates works that amplify perception. Unlike pictorial art that replicates visual experience through mimetic illusion, Turrell’s light works—one cannot call these shimmering events "objects“ or "images“—give form to perception … a tangible example of the artist’s endeavor to produce sensations that are essentially prelingual, to create a transformative experience of wordless thought.' (Nancy Spector, © The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation)

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