Counting the Hours shines a light on the systemic and pervasive inequalities that working women face, including the physical, emotional, and practical effects of these disproportionate labor loads. Rose uses a unique combination of art and science to communicate her findings about women’s work. Her large-scale installation sculptures in Counting the Hours are built using real-life work data collected from female-identifying workers from all walks of life and from across the U.S.
Wong collaborated with Rose to create on a companion dance work inspired by Rose’s subjects, process, and visual artworks, which was performed amongst her sculptures at the exhibit’s opening reception at Code and Canvas in San Francisco.
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RAWdance presents the CONCEPT series: 26 at the San Francisco War Memorial Green Room 2019
Photos by Hillary Goidell and Aiyana D’Arcangelo