It was really amazing to experience the work of James Turrell in Wolfsburg Kunstmuseum.
It was like floating in light/air, if there was no gravity.
Exhibition also included models, drawings and fotos of Roden Crater Project.
It is admirable that he put in so much time and work(over 30 years and $40m) in search of light.
This week I like to share with you the work of Kazue Taguchi. She is a Japanese artist, lives and work in NY.
Her use of light reflective/ refractive material in space seems to dissolve the materiality of walls and ceiling, creating an illusive space instead.
To see more example of Kazue’s work
Light and shadow comes hand in hand. They compliment each other beautifully. They give depth to space, sharpness to details, shapes to imagination.
Concha Argüeso’s installation at A trans Pavilion, Berlin, transforms a simple gallery space into a dreamy forest on a glass screen.