Solo & Group


Solo & Group Installations

Nathan Cummings Foundation
New York, NY. September 2007
Featured in the show Well Dressed, organized by Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation, curated by
Randall Harris

St. John's University, Dr. M. T. Geoffrey Yeh Art Gallery,
New York, NY. February 2007
The print with audio work It's 2004 and we are still discussing whether or not we can wear pants to work? was featured in the group exhibition From the Inside Out: Feminist Art Then & Now curated by Claudia Sbrissa.
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Society for Contemporary Photography,
Kansas City, MO. January 2006
A video installation of Trappings installed in the Media Gallery.

Santa Fe Arts Institute, Santa Fe, NM. September 2005
The video Belly Dancers, Grace Church Van Vorst and print with audio work Transformation were included in the group exhibition Clothesline: Art, Clothing, Identity curated by Eileen Torpey.
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The Cube at Beco, Kansas City, MO. May 2005
The print with audio work Uruj, Tasseli, Kathleen, Marilyn was included in the group exhibition Extra/Ordinary: Fiber Artists Rethinking Art and Everyday Life, curated by Maria Elena Buszek.


Centennial Gallery, University of Wyoming,
Laramie, WY. March 2005
Solo Exhibition. A print, audio, and video installation of Trappings was presented with an interactive kiosk of women interviewed throughout Wyoming.

The Center for Photography at Woodstock,
Woodstock, NY. November 2004
The print with audio work Uruj, Tasseli, Kathleen, Marilyn was included in the group exhibition Portraits of Power curated by Ariel Shanberg.
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Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, NJ. September 2004
Solo Exhibition. This exhibition included national participants and interviews from the Jersey City community, incorporating video, audio, and print components. Funded by the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s Artists & Communities Grant Program. Curated by Rocio Aranda-Alvarado.
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Durham Arts Council, Durham, NC. December 2002
Solo Exhibition. This exhibition celebrated a year’s worth of interviews and included women who have participated in New York, New Jersey, North Carolina, Mississippi, and Tennessee.
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SCCC Gallery, Newton, NJ. October – November 2002
Solo Exhibition. In collaboration with the Student Activities Coordinator, the Women’s Center, and the Art Department, Two Girls Working developed a site-specific installation and an interview session as part of the SCCC Women’s Weekend.

, Pittsboro, NC. April – May 2002
A site-specific print and audio installation of Trappings was included in this group exhibition located in a former clothing label-making factory. Curated by Jeff Waites, Lauren Adams, and Angela Salamanca.
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Longwood Gallery, Bronx Council on the Arts,
Bronx, NY. January 2002
An installation of Trappings was included in the group exhibition Bitch School: Artists Explore our Attitudes Towards Strong Women, curated by Eddie Torres and Rob Blackson.
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