Inspiring and contemplative exhibition of Turrell's timeless exhibition pieces in and around Houghton Hall:
Turrell explains that our eyes are made for the twilight hour - as our pupils expand - whereas they contract at noon time due to the harshness of light then.
Projection event at dusk - distilling light and experience. Silent projection - with the most subtle of changes:
Also beautiful sculptural works by Zhan Wang (China), Scholar Rock, made out of stainless steel, in the vast park - shared with white deer:
and Richard Long (UK) Full Moon Circle - made from Cornish slate - looking both liquid and hard in the gorgeous autumn twilight:
Highly recommend you go if you can make it!