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Series 12 - Episode 4
Let There Be Light
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From Liliane Lijn's ethereal Stardust Project to Charles Ross' Solar Burn illustrations, which were drawn by the sun itself, this programme examines the work of artists whose primary medium is light. American installation craftsman James Turrell, a leading figure in the light-art scene, discusses why the style has such a powerful effect on the senses.
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