Open Field, 2000

There comes to be a strange kind of disappointment in some Turrell works, particularly in his monochrome Ganzfelds. This moment usually comes when the viewer's perception flips, realizing that what one is gazing at is not solid, or even material; trying to place a hand on a field of light and passing through it is a disorienting experience. Open Field is one of the most encapsulating of these.

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