A special exhibition of work by artist James Turrell is currently on view at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The exhibit is titled The Light Inside and displays amazing spaces created using light as the primary component of each work. The physical rooms which contain each piece called for precise and detailed construction because they are indeed part of the art itself. Before visiting the exhibition, I talked with some of the men from Marek Brothers Systems, Inc. who worked with Linbeck, the general contractor, on the construction of these “rooms.”
Turrell is known for creating spaces which he calls “Ganzfelds.” The word means “complete field” in German, and in these spaces, Turrell attempts to blur the viewer’s perception of horizon and dimension. He wants the viewer to experience these spaces with “no up, no down, no left, and no right”. In a special edition of Arts InSight which aired on Houston’s PBS television station on June 27, Turrell explained: Read more » about The Art of Construction [VIDEO]
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