The Germans seem to be the only people who can document James Turrell’s work correctly. This is an excellent tour of his installation in Germany at the Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg and a short overview of The Rodan Crater Project.
This is one of his largest Ganzfeld works named for the “visual effect produced by the phenomenon of perception caused by exposure to an unstructured, uniform stimulation field”. Really disappointing the Guggenheim could not exhibit one of these incredible works for his retrospective in NYC.
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