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Best Zen Inducing Art Installation: The Color Inside: A Skyspace by James Turrell

Artist James Turrell uses light and space as both his tools and materials, and the University of Texas is lucky to host one of his few public installations – an outdoor dream pod called the Skyspace. Reserve a spot at sunset to witness an hour of gradual sky changes, moody color transitions, and the chance to let your brain go wandering. Whether you want to feel like you’re in outer space or choose to explore the deepest folds of your subconscious, the Skyspace will encourage the ultimate out-of-body experience right in the middle of campus.

James Turrell Skyspace
University of Texas at Austin, 3 Student Activity Center, 2201 Speedway, 512/495-4315
www.utexas.edu/cofa/turrell

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