James Turrell's "Boulleé's Boule" and "Missed Approach" at LACMA
Two of Turrell's unbuilt autonomous spaces, "Boulleé's Boule (1990)" (a skyspace) and "Missed Approach (1990)" (a ganzfeld-like space, in the comical form of a flying saucer crashed into the side of a pyramid), were originally slated to be installed permanently on the rooftop of LACMA West, the historical May building on Wilshire Boulevard, at that time undergoing museum renovation.
Flynn A&D coordinated with the artist and local architect on the detailing of Turrell's designs, plus rendered photomontages of the two spaces on the current building's rooftop.
Renderings were published in LACMA’s fundraising book.
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Los Angeles, CA, USA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art