Star Trek Art Beams Down To Microsoft Lobby May 24, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Art,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Great Links , trackback
Back in 2008 we reported on an exhibition in New York from artist Devorah Sperber called "Mirror Universe" with a collection of Star Trek themed art. It appears that much of this art was purchased by Microsoft, who have it displayed on their campus in Washington. See pictures and video of the display below.
Trek greets you at Microsoft
Devorah Sperber specializes in making art out of everyday objects like pipe cleaners, beads and thread spools. The highlight of her Mirror Universe show was a series of "beaming in" pieces depicting Star Trek characters using strands of beads. And it is these beaming in pieces that greet you at the Microsoft’s Studio D on their campus in Redmond, Washington.
Here are some photos:
Here is video from the installation:
More information on the Star Trek art installation at Microsoft at Kuriositas.
Learn more about the artist and see more photos of her work (including the Star Trek show) at www.devorahsperber.com