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James NIZAM - Shard of Light:

Shard of Light, 2011 - “Trace Heavens” is a series of gorgeous light installations by James Nizam. To create these images James painstakingly made incisions into the structure of a house to capture and manipulate sunlight into light sculptures.

shard of light - from trace heavens - james nizam

shard of light - from trace heavens - james nizam a 'wall' a barrier> light can act as a barrier to movement but also an attractor

The Wolfsburg Project, using light as an artistic medium to illustrate architectural spaces // James Turrell

The Wolfsburg Project by James Turrell

Futuristic Interior, The Wolfsburg Project, using light as an artistic medium to illustrate architectural spaces // James Turrell (By IL)

James Tirrell's - a mass created using light

Lights, Luminescence, and James Turrell

Can't wait to see James Turrell at the Guggenheim! artnet Galleries: Juke Green by James Turrell from The Pace Gallery

James Turell - The Light Inside

One of my favorite spaces in Houston. James Turrell, The Light Inside, Museum of Fine Arts Houston

James Turrell (b. 1943, Los Angeles, CA) - Baker Pool, 2002-2008. James Turrell’s Installation in the basement of a Greenwich, Connecticut barn belonging to Richard and Lisa Baker and their three children.

James Turrell (b. Los Angeles, CA) - Baker Pool, James Turrell’s Installation in the basement of a Greenwich, Connecticut barn belonging to Richard and Lisa Baker and their three children.

Black and White

An enchanting sight of never ending light. Beautiful road less traveled This is Roden Crater, Light sculpture - James Turrell

Artist Bounces Sunbeams Around A Room, Creates Geometric Light Sculptures - DesignTAXI.com

James Nizam: Trace Heavens / By artfully manipulating sunlight through a hole, and carefully positioned mirrors in a fog filled studio, artist James Nizam captures geometric beauty in stark monochromatic prints.

corridor // ceiling // lighting // James Turrel

National Gallery of Australia - James Turrell – Pella Passage, 2005 (Photo by Florian Holzherr)

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