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Bridget’s Bardo by James Turrell  A walk-in light installation flooded with slowly changing colored light.

Bridget’s Bardo by James Turrell A walk-in stair to light installation flooded with slowly changing colored light.

James Turrell. Meeting. 1986. Photograph by Michael Moran. © MoMA PS1 www.momaps1.org

A Trip to MoMA PS1

One of my most favorite spaces in the city: James Turrell: Meeting at MoMA

Bridget’s Bardo (2009) by James Turrell -- Turrell creates a similar experience of “Ganzfeld”: a German word to describe the phenomenon of the total loss of depth perception as in the experience of a white-out.

razorshapes: “James Turrell - Bridget’s Bardo “Bridget’s Bardo is the largest walk-in light installation Turrell has built to date…the project covers an impressive ground span of 700 meters and.

Architect Jim Jennings worked in close collaboration with James Turrell. Napa Valley. 2007

San Francisco-based architect Jim Jennings worked in close collaboration with James Turrell and Tom Leader to realize the artist’s vision for the Skyspaces, and to relate the elements of earth, water and sky to one another.

The Pavilion, Pool House  Jim Jennings in  collaboration with James Turrell .

by James Turrell Stone Sky, 2005 Stonescape Calistoga, California, USA Latitude: Longitude: Skyspaces Private

@Maggie Moore Moore AgardiAgardi The Pavilion, Pool House and Pool San Francisco-based architect Jim Jennings worked in close collaboration with James Turrell and Tom Leader to realize the artist’s vision for the Skyspaces, and to relate the elements of earth, water and sky to one another

The Pavilion, Pool House San Francisco-based architect Jim Jennings worked in close collaboration with James Turrell and Tom Leader to realize the artist’s vision for the Skyspaces, and to relate the elements of earth, water and sky to one another

celestivity:    James Turrell

The final configuration is L-shaped, lit by color-changing LED light cabinets and cove lighting and cold-cathode tubes.

James Turrell - i have seen his work at Yorkshire Sculpture Park - it is phenomenal

wood, glass volume and computerized LED setting; James Turrell, courtesy Pace Gallery / Photo by: Genevieve Hanson

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