I really appreciated the variety of art we saw at Anderson Gallery. Each exhibit was different in its presentation, but at the same time all worked as powerful tools to convey messages about the human condition. The work of Buhyon Yoon, Nancy Spero, and Jime Yoon all exemplified, if not emphasized, the true power of art beyond its aesthetic beauty. The piece by Buhyon Yoon, entitled 'Neighbors' was a fascinating work in that it incorporated multiple sensory facets--by breaking down and layering light, sound, and shadow to almost recreate the spirit of a community. What I enjoy most about Yoon's work is that his choice of media plays just as great of role as his imagery in communicating his message about people and diversity.