“Pleiades” by James Turell (1983)

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A minimal light piece by James Turell consisting of an extremely dark room with a barely-perceptible light projected on the wall opposite the viewer. The viewer’s imagination fills in what their senses can’t, and the dimensions of the room and the image of the opposite wall become extremely difficult to judge accurately.



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