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Is Arts Criticism Inherently Political: In Conversation with Sarah Rose Sharp @ Detroit Cultural (#2 – Summer 2019)

Thanks to Danny VanZandt and Detroit Cultural for including me in their Summer 2019 issue, out today! DC: Do you view your work as an art critic as separate from your art practice, or as a part of it? SRS: I have found that life is more fulfilling for me, […]

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Interviewed @ Detroit Cultural #2 – Summer 2019

Honored to be in this heavy-hitting lineup of interviewees for the Summer issue of Detroit Cultural: ISSUE 002_SPRING 2019 out June 14, 2019…“What are the social and political responsibilities of artistic, curatorial, and critical practice?”..Featuring interviews with:@aaronkfoley@scotthockingdetroit@lauramottcurator@youngglobal@michaelstonerichards@mobilehomesteader

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SPACES Art Writer-in-Residence: July 15-Aug 15

Excited to officially announce that I’ll be this summer’s Art Writer-in-Residence at SPACES in Cleveland. Looking forward to getting to spend to some real time in this city! As SPACES’ fifth Art Writer-in-Residence, Sharp will use her time to research a new interdisciplinary work, Tree of Knowledge. Her project considers […]

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The Archive of Alternate Hanumans

One version of personal mythology might be: the way in which we misremember information and stories, or the way misremembered stories are passed on to us. Somewhere among the innumerable yoga classes I’ve attended, I picked up a bit of mythology connected to hanumanasana – a pose that in its […]

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