"You want people to have fun," said Jeanne Meyers, curator of the Sun Valley Center for the Arts new exhibition, "Subversive Moves."
"Fun is in short supply at too many art shows." Meyers, who lives in the Wood River Valley, is a former Los Angeles gallery owner and believes that art needs to come off the walls because it has the inherent ability to change lives.
"It's not always political.Once you start really thinking about it, contemporary questions about your life come up," Meyers
"I trust the subtext of her
"Playful art taken off the walls underlines what is spiritual and historical," Meyers
"You make color happen on a wall," Meyers
has always been interested in art coming off the wall in a variety of ways.The artists she
has chosen for "Subversive Moves" are exemplary in promoting her
idea of art being interactive and are inviting but also thought provoking.
"I hope that people walk out of the show feeling an impact that goes beyond questions of aesthetics," she
said."I want them to think they had a good time."
'Subversive Moves' at The Center
From Jan. 12 through March 9, the Sun Valley Center
for the Arts will present "Subversive Moves," curated by Jeanne Meyers