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Here at New Times, we've covered the ever-living shit out of artist James Turrell's skyspace viewing chamber Knight Rise at the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art. Don't believe us? Scroll up and punch "Turrell" into the search box. We've pimped it for good reason. It's one of the best places in the state . . . no, on the planet. But some of you still haven’t been. To you, we gently ask, “What the fuck is your problem?”

Make your first (or next) visit extra-special by honoring the change of seasons during the Skyspace Winter Solstice Viewing. Relax as the light slowly shifts through the skylight in the elliptical room. Embrace the accompanying spiritual paradigm shift. It’s like an instant massage for your soul.

Sat., Dec. 20, 6:30 a.m., 2008

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