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Second Wind

€160,00 EUR

by James Turrell



Considered a fundamental artist in today’s creation and a precursor in the research and study of perception and light, James Turrell's project at NMAC foundation is a sky space project formed by a truncated pyramid shaped structure under the earth, within which there will be a standing Stupa. The interior of the stupa where the sitting area is located can be accessed through a tunnel, with an opening in the upper area from which one can see the sky. From the exterior only the upper part of pyramid will be seen since the whole structure will be covered under-earth. This is one of James biggest project after the Roden Crater.

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Dimensions 23,88 x 17,02 cm 9,4 x 6,7 in
Publisher Charta / NMAC
Contributors Michael Govan Sharon G. Goto William P. Banks Jimena Blázquez Abascal
Pages 96
ISBN 9-788881-587308
Publication Date 2009


James Turrell

For over half a century, the American artist James Turrell has worked directly with light and space to create artworks that engage viewers with the limits and wonder of human perception. Turrell, an avid pilot who has logged over twelve thousand hours flying, considers the sky as his studio, material and canvas. New Yorker critic Calvin Tompkins writes, “His work is not about light, or a record of light; it is light — the physical presence of light made manifest in sensory form.”

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