“Generally I would say that I make these spaces to capture and hold light. So I must use form, but I’m really involved in making architectural space. For me the form must become secondary … I make an architecture of space and I use these forms to capture the light, to hold it, in a way, give it form, give it the space to reside. The light seems to fill the space. I think that that’s something you can feel. But it needs this architecture of form as well to capture light.”

James Turrell

Completed while employed at Marmol Radziner and Associates