Anne Mondro’s work is on display at the Connections Gallery in the North Campus Research Complex from February 1 — April 24, 2017. Closing Reception is March 29 from 5 – 7pm.
Anne Mondro’s work explores the physical and emotional complexity of the human body. Integrating traditional craft, fine art, and digital technology, she creates images and sculptures that investigate humanity. Her work draws inspiration from anatomical imagery and religious artifacts to comment on physical and mental complexities of the body, especially during times of illness and disease.
Anne Mondro received her BFA at College for Creative Studies in Detroit, and completed her MFA at Kent State University. She is Associate Professor in the School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan and teaches a variety of studio art courses in conceptual development, design, and jewelry/metalsmithing. In addition to her studio practice, Mondro has made numerous presentations on her creative research and engagement in the art and health field. These have included presentations at the Society for Arts in Healthcare’s annual conference, the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, the Fashion Imaging Department at Ming Dao University in Taiwan, and the University of São Paulo.