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Two Girls Working is the collaboration of artists Tiffany Ludwig and Renee
Piechocki. They launched their project Trappings in 2001, when they began a
seven year journey to interview more than 600 women in fifteen states, asking them the question: what do you wear that makes you feel powerful? The national traveling exhibition Trappings: Stories of Women, Power and Clothing has been presented at museums and galleries including the Regina Gouger Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University (PA), Bronx River Arts Center (NY), and 516 ARTS (NM). They have developed public art installations for the Nashville International Airport (TN), the public buses and streetscape in downtown Albuquerque (NM), and at the Meinian Health Center (Shanghai, China). Their installation at the Midwife Center for Birth and Women’s Health (PA) was selected by the Public Art Network of Americans for the Arts for their 2008 Year In Review, a survey of the year’s most successful and innovative public art projects. Their projects have received funding from various sources including the National Endowment for the Arts, The Heinz Endowments, The Pittsburgh Foundation, and the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation’s Artists and Communities grant program.