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Tiffany Ludwig and Renee Piechocki met in Brooklyn, New York in February 2000
and have never lived in the same city; this long-term project has also been
a long-distance collaboration. We initiated Trappings to explore individualized
approaches to power through interview-based community dialogue. Instead of
creating a project which articulates our own perspectives, we developed a project
that openly explores the relationship of women to power within the construction
of personal identity.
We have exhibited photographs and artworks in museums, galleries, and public settings across the country. Our book, Trappings: Stories of Women, Power and Clothing was published by Rutgers University Press in October 2007.
Two Girls Working are available for workshops, lectures, and artist residencies. Their national, traveling exhibition is also available for booking. For more information contact Two Girls Working at firstname.lastname@example.org