Showing Thinking 2013

The department of art and art history announces Showing Thinking 2013, the second in a series of exhibitions illustrates the processes of creative scholarship.

February 8 – March 8

featuring images of  thinking of Agnes Scott’s faculty and affiliates:

Megan Drinkwater, Classics
Gundolf Graml, German and Film Studies
T.W. Meyer & Ellie Spresser, photography
Jiha Moon, Art and Art History Kirk Visiting Artist
Larry Riddle, Mathematics

Opening  Conversation:

Friday, February 8, 2:00—3:00
Dalton Gallery of Art, Dana Fine Arts Building

The exhibition will begin with a conversation between the creative scholars duirng Agnes Scott’s Community hour. We encourage the campus community to join us.


Thursday, February 28, 1—2Dalton Gallery of Art, Dana Fine Arts Building

One way Gundolf Graml studies the role of race in the construction of identity is through observing literal representations. In this example, Graml inverses the values in a film still from Luis Trenker’s 1934 movie Der Verlorene Sohn (The Prodigal Son), using the negative image to dramatically highlight the unspoken meaning behind the form.

For more information on this project, see the description from Showing Thinking 2012, where you can also download the 2012 Catalogue.