Last week, Jen went to the James Turrell exhibit (entitled "A Retrospective") at LACMA and said it just about blew her mind. Turrell was a key artist in the Southern California Light and Space movement of the 1960's and 70's, and the exhibit features work spanning over 50 years of his long career. The exhibit features geometric light projections, installations exploring sensory deprivation, and some of his more recent work with holograms. Jen is already planning a return visit to experience the separate, interactive Turrell piece also featured at LACMA - "Light Reignfall": a freestanding, enclosed spherical chamber that the viewer actually climbs into (laying on a sliding bed) for a 12 minute experience illustrating the intense power of light. Since the work can only be viewed one person at a time, space is limited and reservations are necessary (but call soon, it's already booked up through mid-October!) For more information, visit LACMA's website, here.