The 73rd “Skyspace” by James Turrell, Twilight Epiphany, opened in Houston last month. It is gorgeous. More
James Turrell is an American artist whose works explore light in space. He has been working with his “skyspaces” since the 1970s. The pieces are composed of a space with a roof open to the sky, with lighting which changes the user's perception. This skyspace is titled Twilight Epiphany. The AIA’s newsletter, Architect, describes it as such, “One’s visual perception is not so much that the LED array is changing the color of the canopy, but that the sky beyond is itself impossibly shifting toward complementary shades, cycling through bruised purples and eschatological greens, gradually and suddenly darkening and lightening, while the canopy itself remains a mysterious constant.”
Check out the writeup on Architect Magazine for more!