Gerrit Williams, Wassenaar, 2016.
Softcover, 66 pp., color illustrations, 8.5 x 6.5 x 0.25 inches.
James Turrell designed a Skyspace especially for Museum Voorlinden. It consists of a space with a square hole in the roof, through which the viewer looks directly upwards and sees the air as never before.
In creating this Skyspace, Turrell created a program of light, which factors in the dusk in Wassenaar. The soft natural light is in contrast with the bright, almost palpable colours of the lamps of the Skyspace. The effect is breathtaking.
This publication also includes essays on light, space, and perception; biographically information about Turrell, his education, ideas, and work on Roden Crater.