Each summer, the walls of Providence College—Galleries are given to a single contemporary artist, and invariably they do something really odd. This year it’s Sacramento-based Australian artist Elizabeth Corkery, who takes as her inspiration the architecture of Harvard and its metamorphosis after the Bauhaus movement moved in. The dominant wall features screenprints of photos of architectural details with random bean-like holes in them. They’re placed atop pedestal-like cubes painted directly on the wall. I prefer the pair of brick carpets across the gallery. This is the first event in PC–G’s year of events related to the centennial of the Bauhaus movement.