Japanese architect Tadao Ando’s Church of light, a pretty amazing use of natural light. Osaka, Japan. 1989
The Chi Chu museum has selected three works created by Turrell from the beginning of his career to the present, enabling visitors to experience the changes in his work throughout the years.
Afrum, Pale Blue , 1968
Open Field , 2000
Open Sky , 2004
Here is an aerial view of the museum
Rome-based artist Carlo Bernardini creates environmental, abstract fiber optic installations based on rhomboidal or triangular forms. The lights come together as three-dimensional shapes when you stand at a certain vantage point.
Wendover II (for John) : 2011
Miwok Trail : 2010
Julien uses hand-held light and long-exposure photographic techniques to create these photographs. He uses his own latin-based alphabet that is influenced by traditional arabic and eastern calligraphy. His photographs are never retouched or edited.