While at MoMA PS1 and Clocktower, Mount worked with international scope of curators, artists, and institutions, and on seminal exhibitions such as the first Greater New Yorkin 2000; the retrospective of painter John Wesley, covering his entire career from 1961-2000; Around 1984: A Look at Art in the Eighties, Disasters of War: Francisco de Goya, Henry Darger, Jake and Dinos Chapman; Body Works: Bruce Nauman, Valie Export, Gabriel Orozco, Joan Jonas, and Louis Bourgouis; Sol LeWitt: Concrete Block; Min Tanaka presents Subject: Heuristic Ecdysis, Santiago Sierra, Person remunerated for a period of 360 consecutive hours, 2000, among others. In 2013, Mount was the Associate Director of Research and Archive for the Dale Henry Estate and subsequently, worked in the role of a consultant for the Dale Henry: The Artist Who Left New York retrospective exhibition at Pioneer Works, Center for Art and Innovation in Brooklyn, NY in the Spring of 2014.
Mount is the co- founder of FLUX Art Space – a pioneering nonprofit organization that commissions and produces long-term art projects, claiming the intersection of art, technology, and civic engagement. Mount is also the founder of Redhouse Radio, the first radio station in Central New York, exclusively dedicated to programming in the arts. From 2007 until 2012, Mount was the Executive Director of The Red House Arts Center, a nonprofit, multi-arts organization dedicated to interdisciplinary works in theatre, music, and the visual arts. From 2010 until 2012, Mount served on the Advisory Panel for New York State Council on the Arts’ Theatre Program and prior to that appointment, she co-founded NYSCA’s Upstate/Downstate Theatre and Presenting Programs Initiative with the mission to promote collaborations between small and mid-sized NYC-based producing/presenting organizations and their upstate counterparts. She is a recipient of The Ewing Marion Kauffman Prize in Entrepreneurship and the 2011 Arts Connect Curator of the Year Award. Select presentations at International conferences include: “The Politics of Representation, Displacement and Hybridity in Cultural Production” at Light/Move Festival, Łódź, Poland, 2011, and the “Situational Technologies Reinvestigated Through Open Network Radio Utilizing Modular Transmission in Urban Areas,” at the Third International Puredata Convention, Sao Paolo, Brazil, 2009.
Mount’s select curatorial projects and new work commissions include: LUMEN International Video and Projection Festival, including more than 50 individual artists and collectives; Decadent Eclipse: Marion Wilson, Joro de Boro, Jessica Posner, Daniela Kostova, Michael Burkard, Samantha Harmon; HOUSE/XAYC: Hybrid Authenticity Under Construction site-specific project by collective XAYC; I Stole It, I Borrowed, I Broke It: 4 Residency Unlimited Artists, with Anne Percoco, Edward Schexnayder, Kate Shaw and Eve K. Tremblay; Lewis Colburn’s The X-Prize and The Herotic Theory of Invention; Matthew Gehring’s From the Bottom of My Heart; Inventory of Terrors, a piano quintet written by Andrew Waggoner for “Open End,” and Blake Carrington’s Topoextension, among others.
In addition to Mount’s extensive curatorial and theoretical background and practice in the visual arts, Mount has curated and produced numerous theatre works, among which are: Tongues Will Wag, written and performed by Mike Daisey and directed by Jean-Michelle Gregory; Lovesong, written by John Kolvenbach and directed by Peter Moller; The Eaten Heart, written & directed by The Debate Society, Evolution, written and performed by Patricia Buckley, directed by Leslie Noble; Intringuilis, written and performed by Carlo Alban and directed by David Anzuelo, co-production with LAByrinth Theatre Company, NYC; Nuit Blanche, an original dance theatre peace by CORPUS; and Radio Play by Reggie Watts & Tommy Smith.
Mount has also produced Film and Music programs such as: ((Audience))Experimental Cinema & Sound Festival (Cinema for the Eyes & Ears); Overcoming the Spectacle: A Cinema of Pure Means; and Art as Politics, screenings of Predictions of Fireand Taking Down a Dictator; The Leading-Edge Series: Contemporary Classical Concerts for Small Audiences with performances by Neil Rolnick, Flexible Music, Sequitur, and Open End; Performances by Alva Noto & Byetone; Ashtray Navigations/Chris Corsano & Michael Flowers; Mellits Consort (USA); Real Quite; Zach Layton & MV Carbon; Loud Objects and others.