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Tiffany Ludwig, FF Alumn, presents Two Girls Working, Longwood Arts Project, January 26 opening, 12:30-2:30 PM and continuing through March 30, 2002.
TRAPPINGS a project of Two Girls Working, the collaborative team of Tiffany Ludwig and Renee Piechocki, is being shown at the Longwood Arts Project of the Bronx Council on The Arts. The show opens on January 26, 2002 from 12:30 - 2:30 pm and runs until March 30, 2002.
TRAPPINGS is an ongoing, multi-media project that explores how women express their vision of power through clothing. The installation at the Bronx Council for the Arts includes still photographs and audio selections from conversations the artists had with 38 women. TRAPPINGS is a concentration of personal portraits of power from a wide range of women: stay-at-home moms to marine engineers, artists to ministers, software developers to 7th grade girls, nurses to fashion-industry publishers.
Two Girls Working interviewed women in intimate group settings, including a church in Sparta, New Jersey, a private home in Patchogue, New York, a studio in Jersey City, New Jersey and a Manhattan office. Future project locations include Durham, Liberty, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
TRAPPINGS is part of the Longwood Arts Center's current exhibition, Bitch School. Longwood is located at 965 Longwood Ave, Bronx NY. For more information, visit the Trappings website at http://www.xexuit.com/trappings.
Two Girls Working
is based in the concept that it is not possible to create a great culture without
the involvement of artists. Created by two women who are professional artists
and arts administrators, they are looking beyond the walls of artists' studios,
identifying artists as assets to daily civic action and dialogue.