One of the world’s most acclaimed artists, American James Turrell has created a site-specific light work which illuminates the entire west façade of Houghton Hall in Norfolk as part of a major exhibition of his work which opened to the public on 7 June 2015. The spectacular light display is visible from dusk and provides a unique experience as an exciting climax to the exhibition, LightScape: James Turrell at Houghton which runs until 24 October 2015. Further exhibition highlights include two major works installed in the grounds at Houghton: the ‘Skyspace’ Seldom Seen, 2004 is a wooden viewing chamber rising into the canopy of surrounding trees, lit from inside with a square aperture open to the sky; and the ‘Space Division’, St Elmo’s Breath, 1992 which is housed in an 18th century water tower in the park. Other works featured in the exhibition include light projections from the

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