Change comes with alienation. When we leave one way of being and travel to a new one, we are in neither. At that moment, we are in acute need of permission (from others or ourselves) to make less sense, work through ideas, and articulate things anew. This moment happens on the people's side of our practice, mediums, media, and the personal work on getting to know our practice better.
It is not an effortless endeavor, and while it carries a reward, it comes at a cost.
Some do this perpetually as an intrinsic way of being. It is a matter of critical reframing to acknowledge that alienation from one field comes at a cost. Alienating yourself from multiple is a virtue because it comes with the benefit of positionality.