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Sep 13, 2014 2:46PM

> In translating Aten Reign to two-dimensional, printed form, Turrell was challenged to translate light itself, into paper, through color. Perhaps the greatest distinction between light and ink, Turrell explains, is the way color interacts in the discrete mediums: “When you pour ink … if you mix blue and yellow, you get a green; but if you mix blue light [and] yellow light, you get white.”

From James Turrell Presents his ‘Aten Reign’ in a New Light: As a Print
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