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James Turrell: Gard Blue (1968-2002)  This work is a Cross-Corner Projection piece, part of a series of some of the earliest light works that Turrell made. This work uses a projector to create light in a shape that seems to have weight and mass.

James Turrell: Gard Blue This work is a Cross-Corner Projection piece, part of a series of some of the earliest light works that Turrell made. This work uses a projector to create light in a shape that seems to have weight and mass.

Wide Out (1998) 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.

Wide Out 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.

Explore the Guggenheim Museum exhibition site on James Turrell for artist video, biography, installation views and more

Explore the Guggenheim Museum exhibition site on James Turrell for artist video, biography, installation views and

James Turrell, Lunette, 1974. Vertical portal cut to outside sky, interior filled with natural and warm white neon light, site-specific dimensions: portal cut: 91 x 200 cm (35 11/16 x 78 3/4 inches); hallway: 248.9 x 250 x 1483.4 cm (98 x 98 7/16 x 584 inches)

James Turrell, Lunette, Vertical portal cut to outside sky, interior filled with natural and warm white neon light, site-specific dimensions: portal cut: 91 x 200 cm x 78 inches); hallway: x 250 x cm x 98 x 584 inches)

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James Turrell, Alta (White), 1967 James Turrell (born May is an American artist primarily concerned with light and space. Turrell was a MacArthur Fellow in Turrell is best known for …

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