Depth Perception

Depth Perception

Light shapes experience. From Vermeer to the painters of the Hudson River School and pioneers of Minimalism, artists have tested its relationship to new perceptual depths. James Turrell began working with light in the 1960s with projections as part of the Southern California Light and Space movement. His work focuses the viewer on ways in which light connects internal experience with perception of the world beyond the confines of one’s own body.

Depth Perception

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