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Watching the Sunset and Rainfall Through James Turrell’s Rice University Skyspace

Watching the Sunset and Rainfall Through James Turrell’s Rice University Skyspace

Lynn Wyatt at the James Turrell "Skyspace" at Rice University in Houston. Courtesy of Paddle8. -Wmag

Lynn Wyatt at the James Turrell "Skyspace" at Rice University in Houston. Courtesy of Paddle8. -Wmag

B.J. Almond, Senior Director of News and Media Relations for Rice stands under the new Skyspace by James Turrell at Rice University,Tuesday, May 1, 2012, in Houston. This is a huge outdoor sculpture that will become a major art destination in the U.S. A programmed light show will happen twice daily - at sunrise and sunset - when it officially opens in a few weeks. ( Karen Warren / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Karen Warren / © 2012  Houston Chronicle

Skyspace turns eyes heavenward at Rice campus

B.J. Almond, Senior Director of News and Media Relations for Rice stands under the new Skyspace by James Turrell at Rice University,Tuesday, May 1, 2012, in Houston. This is a huge outdoor sculpture that will become a major art destination in the U.S. A programmed light show will happen twice daily - at sunrise and sunset - when it officially opens in a few weeks. ( Karen Warren / Houston Chronicle ) Photo: Karen Warren / © 2012 Houston Chronicle

GUN architects: water cathedral in Santiago, Chile. Water-filled fabric components create the structure, and concrete "stalagmites" below serve as benches. AMAZING.

GUN architects: water cathedral in Santiago, Chile. Water-filled fabric components create the structure, and concrete "stalagmites" below serve as benches. AMAZING.

Tree-like structures designed to recreate the humidity of a rainforest have been installed outside the Architectural Association (AA) in London

Tree-like structures designed to recreate the humidity of a rainforest have been installed outside the Architectural Association (AA) in London

Krzysztof Wodiczko | El Centro Cultural Projection (Part I) Proyección de una fotografía sobre el Centro Cultural de Tijuana. El tema de la proyección son los trabajadores mejicanos indocumentados que arriesgan sus vidas para cruzar a los Estados Unidos en la búsqueda de trabajo. La imagen usada en la proyección muestra a un trabajador mejicano con sus manos detrás de su cabeza apunto de ser detenido.

Krzysztof Wodiczko | El Centro Cultural Projection (Part I) Proyección de una fotografía sobre el Centro Cultural de Tijuana. El tema de la proyección son los trabajadores mejicanos indocumentados que arriesgan sus vidas para cruzar a los Estados Unidos en la búsqueda de trabajo. La imagen usada en la proyección muestra a un trabajador mejicano con sus manos detrás de su cabeza apunto de ser detenido.