Mieczkowski, Ernst Benkert, and Francis Hewitt formed the Anonima Group in the 1960s, and together they developed strict methods of creation and exploration of visual perception that continued to inform Mieczkowski's work long after the group dissolved. The exhibition focuses on the black and white works from this period and Mieczkowski's return to this theme throughout his career. Viewing his constructions, sculpture, and later paintings under the microscope of a singular palette will allow for a uniformed examination of his creative process. It will allow new discoveries into how his thought process progressed, yet remained fixated on geometric abstraction. The exhibition introduces Mieczkowski's color works as well, relating them to his black and white compositions.