Ronda Wright-Phipps' work seeks to explore the intersection of art and community activism. The essence of her work has focused on those often marginalized, bullied and forgotten.
Situated within relational aesthetics, social justice and action; she utilizes methods of social exchanges that, in their tangible dimension, serve as tools that link individuals and diverse human groups together.
“I am interested in the information exchange not just between artist and viewer, but the community at large. Investigating what form can become when plunged into the dimension of dialogue.”
- BFA Sculpture, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
- M.FA. , Alfred University, New York State College of Ceramics