A Length of Twine

It’s the small details, the slipups, and the flaws that are a result of human error that make each piece unique

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"Dividing the Space" (2007) | James Turrell

I got to see some of James Turrell’s fascinating work at the ChiChu Art Museum in Japan and was delighted to learn that Turrell is actually a Pomona graduate. Known for his work with light and perspective, Turrell designed this installation that is now featured at the Pomona College Museum of Art. He was recently awarded the 2013 National Medal of Arts. Check out his work here: http://jamesturrell.com/

"Dividing the Space" (2007) | James Turrell

I got to see some of James Turrell’s fascinating work at the ChiChu Art Museum in Japan and was delighted to learn that Turrell is actually a Pomona graduate. Known for his work with light and perspective, Turrell designed this installation that is now featured at the Pomona College Museum of Art. He was recently awarded the 2013 National Medal of Arts. Check out his work here: http://jamesturrell.com/

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