Every day I pass the Death Star. At least that’s what I call it. It’s an outdoor sculpture along one of the office-lined roads of Greenwood Village — part of The Tech Center, a section of suburban Denver with a ton of corporate offices. Specifically, it is in front of an expensive private fitness center.
There is no prominent plaque describing the sculpture or naming the artist. So I am sticking with, “The Death Star.”
Public art is one of those things that often defies logic. In this instance, I’m not sure how a large disc that is disintegrating — or partially destroyed — relates to corporate office parks. But apparently a decision-making committee did.