College of Liberal Arts
The Thomas H. & Mary K. Williams Art Gallery
The Thomas H. & Mary K. Williams Art Gallery is a beautiful setting dedicated to the exhibition of wonderful works of art for both Mount students and the surrounding community. The department of visual and performing arts is proud to host both local and nationally recognized exhibits throughout the year.
In addition to these touring exhibits the exceptional talents of our visual arts students are showcased in our alumni exhibition, the Simon Bruté Juried Student Exhibition, and our Senior Art Shows.
The gallery is free and open to the public, the hours may vary depending on the time of year, so please check the web site regularly for updates about the current exhibition.
A Piece of the Gallery
Wunderkammer of Cognition
On Display: January 26-February 24
Zofie Lang explores her fascination with psychology, particularly how perceptions and beliefs influence human behavior and, in effect, create reality. She examines these phenomena by crafting narrative vignettes that apply visual layers containing scientific and superstitious facets. Divided drawers and boxes highlight different elements of a story in separate compartments–a technique she borrowed from medieval gothic art. She reflects on how these containers function to hide secret contents, yet have the potential to reveal them. Found objects from the natural world and bygone times, coupled with her own photographs, evoke a Wunderkammer effect, with each object representing a key narrative element.