Solo & Group


Public Installations

Trappings: Portraits
Portland International Airport, OR.
April - October 2011
Trappings: Portraits is a new exhibition (a version of which originally launched at MIA) that reveals the process we developed to reconnect with participants when we wrote our book, taking additional photographs and asking them to expand on their original responses to the question what do you wear that makes you feel powerful? The exhibition also includes photographs, interview excerpts, audio works, and video.
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Portland International Airport

Trappings: Miami,
Miami International Airport, FL.
October 2010 - February 2011
The exhibition at MIA Gallery features ten women who participated in the project and were included in the book Trappings: Stories of Women, Power and Clothing. In addition to photography, texts, and audio works, the gallery includes an interactive component that allows visitors to email their response to the question: what do you wear that makes you feel powerful?
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Miami International Airport

Intrude: Art and Life 366
at Zendai Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai, China

October 2008
The Zendai MoMA in Shanghai invited Two Girls Working to create a work of public art during their series, Intrude: Art and Life 366.

Trappings: Albuquerque
June 13 - August 16, 2008
Our national traveling exhibition is view at 516 ARTS, a museum like gallery in downtown Albuquerque.

The exhibition expands out of the gallery and into the public realm with two public art projects - a series of banners along Central Avenue and a print / audio work upon the D Ride buses.

Trappings: Midwife Center
November 2007 - December 2012
A long term installation at Midwife Center for Birth and Women’s Health in Pittsburgh, PA.

Trappings: Riverton, WY
November - December 2006
Poster campaign throughout downtown Riverton.

Trappings: Stories of Women, Power and Clothing -
The Tennessee Sessions

September 6 - November 27, 2005
Nashville International Airport Installation

Trappings: Pittsburgh

March - April 2005
Pittsburgh Port Authority Bus Card Installation