On the Dollar
Camille J. Gage On the Dollar Cotton cloth, cotton batting, embroidery floss, U.S. currency
On the Dollar
2016
Cotton cloth, cotton batting, embroidery floss, U.S. currency
60 x 60

On the Dollar is a block quilt containing data about gender-based income inequality in the United States. Each block in the quilt represents a state. The quilt reads alphabetically left to right, beginning with Alabama in the upper left corner and ending with Wyoming on the bottom right.

The bills in these quilt squares have been cut to reflect current statistics regarding the wage gap state-to-state and within various cohorts, including African American, Latina, Native American, Asian and Caucasian women, as well as single mothers.

Camille J. Gage On the Dollar Cotton cloth, cotton batting, embroidery floss, U.S. currency
On the Dollar
2016
Cotton cloth, cotton batting, embroidery floss, U.S. currency
60" x 60"

On the Dollar is a block quilt containing data about gender-based income inequality in the United States. Each block in the quilt represents a state. The quilt reads alphabetically left to right, beginning with Alabama in the upper left corner and ending with Wyoming on the bottom right.

The bills in these quilt squares have been cut to reflect current statistics regarding the wage gap state-to-state and within various cohorts, including African American, Latina, Native American, Asian and Caucasian women, as well as single mothers.
Camille J. Gage On the Dollar Cotton cloth, cotton batting, embroidery floss, U.S. currency
On the Dollar DETAIL
2016
Cotton cloth, cotton batting, embroidery floss, U.S. currency
60" x 60"

On the Dollar is a block quilt containing data about gender-based income inequality in the United States. Each block in the quilt represents a state. The quilt reads alphabetically left to right, beginning with Alabama in the upper left corner and ending with Wyoming on the bottom right.

The bills in these quilt squares have been cut to reflect current statistics regarding the wage gap state-to-state and within various cohorts, including African American, Latina, Native American, Asian and Caucasian women, as well as single mothers.
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