Visit the Mohr Gallery in the Community School of Music and Arts and stop by the Pantea Karimi Mediated Senses exhibit featuring her 11 x 30 in prints on silkscreen and watercolor. She is a local artist and an art instructor at De Anza College.
Her art is abstract calligraphic forms that are “metaphors for cultural identity, corporate hegemony, and individual consumerism.”  The exibit currently features 13 prints that “articulate the thought of a mediated sense, mediated reaction, and perception of continually shifting surroundings in a volatile environment.” 
You will agree with her depiction of Cyberland, get caught in a Mechanical Shift, feel the ripples of cacophony from Auditory Datum or sense the bewilderment from Wireless Wasteland. She depicts incongruity of conflicting environments in Kinesthetic Adventures, Aesthetics of Listening, Emotive Immersion and Restless Tunes. Finally she leaves you with a sense of wonder in Unbreathed Air, Remote Sensing and Parallel Presence.
The exhibit opened on October 8, 2010 and will run through November 21, 2010.  You can take the Caltrain to Mountain View and Mohr Gallery is within walking distance from the station.