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Light Reignfall, 2011, Perceptual Cells.

Like drugs, but in an artform. It works of sensory deprovation. It's literally nothingness that creates something within you.

Afrum II Red (1970) by James Turrell -- A Turrell Corner Shallow Space is created in a convex corner; the light creates an illusion of a three dimensional object.

Afrum II Red by James Turrell -- A Turrell Corner Shallow Space is created in a convex corner; the light creates an illusion of a three dimensional object.

More info on Light Reignfall. Closed off like ganzfeld stuff, but you're given sound and light stimulation. I never knew this, but apparently you can pick between a "hard" and "soft" light stimulation. The "soft" one is slower and less overloading than the hard one. The hard one is like, all strobes and real intense!

Eyes wide open: A peek inside James Turrell's Perceptual Cell

James Turrell's Perceptual Cell - “Light Reignfall” - is a psychedelic experience that only one person can experience at a time, every 20 minutes, sold out at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art since summer 2013

Resultado de imagen de james turrell tunnel

An enchanting sight of never ending light. Beautiful road less traveled This is Roden Crater, Light sculpture - James Turrell

James Turrell, Pullen (White) (1967)

James Turrell Pullen 1968 MRI wire projector 360 x cm x in) Photo: Peter Mallet,

I’m interested in the way Afrum, as with other Light and Space objects, challenges viewers’ perceptions. What appears to be a floating cube is actually projection magic—simply, elegantly, powerfully, a light on the wall. The artist once said, “In working with light, what is really important to me is to create an experience of wordless thought, to make the quality and sensation of light itself really quite tactile.” James Turell

Selection of Light Art A Day by guest curator Amiya Brown - Afrum (White) by James Turrell

Plain Dress (2005)

Plain Dress, 2005 505 Fifth Ave Manhattan, New York, USA Latitude: Longitude: Architectural Light Private

Space That Sees (1992) by James Turrell -- A Turrell Skyspace is a specifically proportioned chamber with an aperture in the ceiling open to the sky. Skyspaces can be autonomous structures or integrated into existing architecture. The aperture can be round, ovular or square.

Turrell-Space-That-Seescr Space That Sees, 1992 Israel Museum Jerusalem, Israel Latitude: Longitude: Skyspaces

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