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Memes, Worldstar, and Wshh: I know how you feel, vending machine I know how you feel 09 The light inside has broken but I still work D4 D5 06 This vending machine knows what time it is.. Much, understandably, has been made of the fact that his grandmother used the phrase "go inside to greet the light" to describe their religious practice. A kind of ascetic Protestantism cuts Turrell's lush visual experiences — viewer comfort is not a big part of the equation.
Works like Aurora B , , from the "Tall Glass" series, which actually requires two and a half hours to fully experience, are accompanied by a bench.
Turrell's skyspaces usually have sculpturally elegant concrete or granite benches with angled backs to allow you to look up at the sky for their minute-plus durations. According to a recent New York Times count, the artist has created 82 private and institutional skyspaces all over the world.
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Apparently they are quite popular in the homes of Los Angeles collectors. If you've got a couple million, you too can have your own skyspace; each is particularly designed for its setting. The skyspaces, while helping to fund Turrell's herculean Roden Crater project, are also a form of research for the artist, who incorporates his optical findings into the crater project.
You have successfully signed up for your selected newsletter s - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in! I found a photo in the Turrell exhibition catalog of what appears to be a private L. There are leather lounge chairs in the room. I wonder what Turrell thinks about that. The seating lacks the clean aesthetic of the benches, and in the photo it makes Turrell's work seem more like an interior design feature. But I bet the viewer's actual experience of the installation is pretty amazing. A big part of Turrell's work relies on the artist or the institution controlling the way it's experienced.
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Turrell quite rightly knows exactly the best way for his works to be viewed, where the viewer should sit or stand and for how long. He knows how to give us an unparalleled visual experience.
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But the problem is that controlling people too much can ultimately detract from their experience. Maybe it's because the show just opened, but the MFAH's host of apparently newly hired twentysomething guards seemed to go beyond protecting the work and the visitors to micromanaging their experience. There are always rules with art; the open-air pavilion of the Twilight Epiphany skyspace at Rice University doesn't allow food or drink or talking or cameras after the show starts, and quite rightly so.
But it also doesn't allow anyone to lie on the inviting, grassy slope that surrounds the pavilion, as one student attempted to do. I don't know if this is Turrell so much as it is the keepers of his work. I just wish viewers were allowed a little more leeway to be human. Perhaps the Live Oak Meeting House is a perfect situation. In a place of worship, you expect to be quiet, sit still on a bench and be reverential.
And in fact, the Quakers are the most relaxed and welcoming keepers of the Turrell sites I have visited. They invite viewers to get up and walk around and children to lie on the floor to view the skyspace. On a recent visit, I observed practically supine couples lounging on the padded church pews, contemplating the darkening sky. But The Light Inside is a rare opportunity to enjoy so much optical splendor. Like Turrell's permanent works in the city, it's worth multiple visits.
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