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  • Mind games

    When James Turrell rented out Ocean Park's old Mendota Hotel in 1966, he famously turned the rooms into perfect, white boxes with no outside light sources. Then he experimented, projecting different colored lights and trying to change the way the space felt. His experiments resulted in the Cross-Corner Projection series,...
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  • Light and sand movement?
  • Light and sand movement?

    In 1969, when Laddie John Dill started working in SoCal, he dug holes in the ground and stuck neon tubes into them to make pods of light. Soon after, he filled his studio with mountains of sand and crisscrossed sticks of neon on top of them. When New York dealers...
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  • "Deflowered": Judy Chicago
  • "Deflowered": Judy Chicago

    Because Judy Chicago changed her name from Judy Gerowitz as a gesture of feminist empowerment and made a concerted effort to turn the word cunt into something celebratory, it's easy to forget that before (and after) she became an activist powerhouse, she was a masterful craftsperson. Her show at Nye+Brown,...
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