Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden, built according to a design by architect Richard Meier.
Access to the exhibition
Anteroom of the Ganzfeld "Apani", 2011
Ganzfeld "Apani", 2011
"Wedgework No. VI", 2016
Dual Shallow Space "Dasube", 2011
"Accretion Disk", 2018
Raethro Green (Projection Piece),
Hologram "Untitled (20NOGB+B)", 2007
Large Transmission Hologram
Model of the "East Portal" in the Roden Crater
Models and Prints of the Roden Crater
Models and prints of the project at the Roden Crater
Model of the Roden Crater
Skyspace Stone SkyStonescape
Photo: Florian Holzherr
Zumtobel has been working as a lighting partner with James Turrell since 1997. "Skyspace Lech" in Vorarlberg is the current collaboration project.
Access is provided by an underground tunnel whose viewing axis is directed towards the Biberkopf summit, which leads into a clearance space.
For Skyspace, Zumtobel programmed a special lighting solution consisting of an amber LED strip with RGB colour gradient and a tunable white strip.
The most commonly used color in James Turrell's light installations is blue. "His trademark," as he says.
"First Light", 1989/90
Walkway in the Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden, built according to a design by architect Richard Meier.
"James Turrell. Den Himmel auf Erden"
44. Min.Written and Directed by: Armin Kratzer and Florian Holzherr
Bayerischer Rundfunk, 2013