James Turrell’s works create an illusion of structure through projected light. An installation at Lévy Gorvy, New York, challenges the limits of perception. The 1974 work, Wedgework V plays with ideas of space, seemingly expanding the gallery’s architecture through red fluorescent light and reflective paint.
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1. James Turrell, Wedgework V, 1974. © James Turrell
2. James Turrell, Skyspace.
3. James Turrell, Bridget’s Bardo, 2008, Begehbare Installation
4. James Turrell, Roden Crater.