Throughout Frued’s “Introductory Lectures on Psychoanalysis”, the idea of personality and its three regions, including Id, Ego and Superego, are considered to be vital instruments of the subconscious and conscious mind. Such ranges in personality can be depicted in Sophocles’ “Antigone” as the main characters in the story struggle to find the perfect balance within their subconscious. An underlying theme is the role of women, as Antigone, a woman, defies the rule of her King, Creon, by seeking a proper burial for her deceased brother. While power is supposed to be in the hands of Creon, the mental attack from Antigone on his rule leaves his unconscious in chaos, as his power is not only being questioned, but by a woman as well. The following pieces of art in this exhibit visually depict the regions of personality and the role they play not only in power, but the journey to obtaining a clear and sound mind.