Sarah Rose Sharp is a Detroit-based artist, writer and cultural commentator. Her work is published in Hyperallergic, as well as Art in America, Flash Art International, Sculpture magazine and a variety of other local, national and international publications. She is also an interdisciplinary artist, specializing in fiber-based constructions, and has shown work in Detroit, New York and Seattle.

Information is a Storm Coming: Susan Goethel Campbell’s Weather Works

Susan Goethel Campbell, Heatscapes (2012), woodblock prints with hand-stenciling mounted on panels, 84 x 102 inches overall, six panels, 28 x 51 inches each. Unique works. Installation view from “Field Guide,” Oakland University Art Gallery, 2015. Photo: Tim Thayer.

It is unlikely that people will draw close to that which conveys a sense of potential upset, that which appears disturbing. It is only natural then that the interdisciplinary, print-based work of Susan Goethel Campbell Read More