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I can make the sky any colour you choose

James Turrell (American Artist)

I feel that I want to use light as this wonderful and magic elixir that we drink as Vitamin D through the skin—and I mean, we are literally light-eaters—to then affect the way that we see.

James Turrell (American Artist)

It doesn’t actually change, it’s your perception that changes

James Turrell (American Artist)

More people have heard of me through Drake than anything else

James Turrell (American Artist)

This is behind-the-eye seeing. All those things you see there are not projected on that dome – there’s nothing there at all.

James Turrell (American Artist)

We give the sky its colour. Light knows when you’re looking

James Turrell (American Artist)

It’s almost like imbuing light with consciousness. It’s certainly a wonderful elixir. Vitamin D: it’s food. Without it there is no life.

James Turrell (American Artist)

I do like that you are sensing and that it’s nonvicarious; it’s about your seeing and you know it’s about your seeing. You can decide you don’t want to deal with it but if you do engage it, there is something to engage.

James Turrell (American Artist)

I sell blue sky and coloured air.It is actually done!

James Turrell (American Artist)

I feel that buildings often have a workaday aspect that you see during the daylight hours, and a more resplendent side that emerges after dark.

James Turrell (American Artist)

I was a Quaker and then, for a while, I wasn't. And now I am again.

James Turrell (American Artist)

Well, more like Persepolis or Split, where the built environment works with the siting. This is a volcano, and it will remain so.

James Turrell (American Artist)

Well I was fascinated with light right from the very beginning. I did several things in my room when I was very young.

James Turrell (American Artist)

I make spaces that apprehend light for our perception, and in some way gather it, or seem to hold it. So in that way it's a little bit like Plato's cave.

James Turrell (American Artist)

People respond to banal things – they don’t accept their own history

Jeff Koons (American Artist)

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