Austin (KXAN) - Austinites now have a new, interesting way to look at the sky.
Artist James Turrell's new Skyspace, called The Color Inside, is now open on the UT campus.
The naked eye observatory uses projected lights around an opening to enhance views at sunrise and sunset.
"L-E-D lights wash a color of light over the walls and ceiling, and it changes your perception of the color of the sky through the ocula," said UT Education Coordinator Margaret Burke. "It's a really brilliant light show, sort of trippy."
The new space can be found in the rooftop garden of the Student Activities Center.
The Skyspace is free to visit but officials suggest making an online reservation before showing up
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