Many artists refer the sky as a sole source of creative stimulation and simulation. About a handful claim it as a studio, material and canvas too. American artist James Turrell is one of these few, and since the mid-1960s he has been experimenting with lighting medium of artistic expression to create works that revolve more around the experiential than the tangible.
‘My work has no object, no image and no focus,’ explains Turrell, ‘with no object, no image and no focus, what are you looking at? You are looking at you looking. what is important to me is to create an experience of wordless thought.’