You have entered the Art Gallery. This section of Andy's Brain contains the collection of artistic images he found striking enough to etch into his long term memory. Like all Art Galleries, this chamber has a very high ceiling, a polished, hardwood floor, acoustics that echo and magnify every sound you make, and a very bored looking guard in a dark blue uniform.
A number of pieces catch your eye as you gaze around the gallery. First and foremost is Edward Hopper's "Nighthawks," which is Andy's all-time favorite painting and which is on very prominent display at one end of the chamber. Clustered around this are all of the notable original works from Wunderland, including "Xi City" by Dawn Petrlik, "Rapunzel" and "Past Go" by Lee Moyer, "Satire" by Marlene Bruce, and "Carrie" by Claudine Odell. Further down the wall you see that an entire section of the gallery has been devoted to black and white photographs, and in the center of the museum a number of pedestals support sculptures of various kinds.
Kristin has picked up the Stardust that had been on display on a pedestal in the center of the room and is now shaking it, filling the chamber with its magical, ethereal sounds.
From here you can go to the Right Brain Nucleus, the Writing Nook, the Entertainment Center, or the Erogenous Zone. Or you can look at the map.