Two Vanderbilt art professors are sharing a gallery space — Space 204 in the E. Bronson Ingram Studio Art Center. Vesna Pavlovic, professor of Photography and Digital Media, stumbled upon an expansive series of personal slides from a stranger’s world travels during the 1960s, and immediately recognized it as an art piece, a relic from the Cold War hangover of manifest destiny. In Transparencies, she displays individual photos alongside pieces that reference the physical act of showing slides, an antiquated means of transmitting memories via technology. In the adjoining gallery, professor of Video and Performance Art Amelia Winger-Bearskin presents Transformation Opera, a sequence of video pieces that feature sound and music in some way. Each of the videos is shown on the walls of the gallery space, and, depending on where you stand, the convergence of music from the videos sounds different.