A Work in Progress

KaroCrafts

Anaheim, United States

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A Work In Progress is a piece that explores a timeline of various historical women’s rights advancements and subjects.

The piece is built upon a gesso collage of newspaper articles, relevant bills and rally notices that have been significant to the Women’s Rights movement throughout time. The conversation of the piece is focused on the Equal Pay Act passed in 1963, and the challenge to close the wage gap that continues to exist.

The wage gap is symbolized through the broken dollar bill that is symbolically split between the man’s heart and woman’s brain. The embroidery hoop sewn onto the piece, as well as the vintage tone, is to emphasize the severe delay in the amendment of the wage gap, as it continues to exist to this day.

Women STILL experience an average of .80¢ to a man’s $1 (ASC Census Data, 2018).

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