One of Dan Flavin's light installations at Chinati Foundation, discretely shot with my husband's phone. Unfortunately, Flavin died in 1996 before the project was completed in 2000.
These two rooms were the first of six converted military barracks housing Flavin's works. Although the photograph doesn't capture both colors of lights well, these appeared pink and green in person. We experienced all of the rooms, U-shaped with light tubes installed at each parallel end and facing each other, to create a barrier. The viewer sees through this barrier on both sides, so that an inverse effect is created for each installation, provided the viewer doesn't skip any rooms.
As I mentioned in a previous post on our Chinati tour, one experiences a strong disconnection between the barracks' interiors and the desert landscape.