Divya Mehra is interested in power; particularly the way power is manifest in contemporary culture, but also the role history and capital play in its dissemination and interpretation. For the most part, we understand power in the way it is linked to wealth, luxury, property, and allegiances. How is power exerted though? Through various gestures that are crass and obnoxious as well as subtle and irritating: the flashy sheen of a sports car; the bestowed accessibility to backrooms and rolodexes; a small plot of sand that could shift with the political tide.
– J.J. Kegan McFadden
Exhibition opens September 10th. Reception at 7:00 pm.
Artist Talk: Saturday, October 2nd. 3:00 pm