"Artists translate experience into forms that provide new ways of making connections, seeing and understanding the world, so we all reflect some kind of truth about the moment we live in. Artists are uniquely poised to make change because we are trained to look, think critically and be sensitive to how what we put into the world is received. At the same time, we can have extreme demands on our time and often navigate uncertain employment, housing, studio space and basic resources. So much of what we achieve is connected to the real-world resources we have access to, which varies widely. I think we should each use whatever power, privilege and agency we have for good."
Sara Jones and Andrea Wenglowski of DELVE interviewed Sarah G. Sharp (AP Faculty) about her artistic and curatorial practice as it relates to "creating change." You can read the complete text here.