James Turrell’s Psychedelic Immersion Sphere

James Turrell’s Psychedelic Immersion Sphere
Design

An exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery in London is taking visitors on a mind-bending journey.

John Ryan
  • 18 november 2010

While the current exhibit at the Gagosian Gallery in London features many of the light works of Californian artist James Turrell, the main attraction is undoubtedly Bindu Shards, described by the artist as a “perceptual cell.” After signing the requisite waivers, visitors are placed one-at-a-time inside the large metal sphere and treated to an ecstatic 15-minute light show of shifting and flickering color.

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