The Work Dress, available for barter only, was traded for basic needs for five years. The dress also served as a pilot project that led to the creation of OurGoods.org, a resource sharing network for artists, activists, and craftspeople that is used by over 7,000 people in New York City. Caroline Woolard, Work Dress for Barter Only, 2008-2013, cotton-denim, barter agreement, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artist. Photo by Martyna Szczesna.