The new 2001: A Space Odyssey Exhibit is coming back online May 15th.
The website was launched in December of 1999 after the successful run of the first ever 2001
exhibition at the San Mateo Public Library in California. The success led to a more elaborate exhibition at the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose, California called "2001:Destination Space" in 2001. This exhibit featured rare collector's items, actual props loaned by private collectors, the artwork of space artist Robert T. McCall, and interactive computer comparisons between the technologies postulated in Stanley Kubrick's classic film and the real science of the new millennium. The success of "2001:Destination Space" led support for 2001:Exhibit which allowed the website to expand on the movie, novel and sequels, and feature collectibles and memorabilia, articles, technologies and the extraterrestrial connection to TMA-1 as envisioned by Clarke and Kubrick. No film has ever had such an impact on a sociological and metaphysical level, to our connection to the cosmos. Unlike the library and Tech exhibits, 2001:Exhibit is a place you can immerse yourself in art, science, and the unknown.
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