When we were kids, we'd stare closely at newspaper photos until we saw the uniform black-and-white dots pop out. Or approach the TV screen to admire the beensy red, green, and blue rectangles. Artist Devorah Sperber specializes in the eye-brain miracle that makes images out of dots and pixels -- and she's found mind-bending ways to break it down in her oeuvre, from tiny Chartpak labels on clear shower curtains to curved reflections of pipe-cleaner rugs to art masterpieces reproduced with row after row of spools of colored thread. Lenses, mirrors, and other viewing devices are installed with the sculptures to augment our... More >>>