Everything You Need to Know About James Turrell's Light Art Installations Through His Greatest Works

Twighlight Epiphany, 2012

Unlike many of his other Skyspaces, Twilight Epiphany changes the color of the light on the inside of the aperture to correspond to the sun's position in the sky. Due to this, and the huge size of the overlaying barrier between viewer and sky, the color observed in the opening can be totally astounding—trying to take a picture of it is futile, as the color viewed does not actually exist, though it is a view of the natural sky.

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