"Measuring with the Eyes and Feet," articulates the place of women within an architectural space. By locating objects and text at ceiling height, around corners, and along the baseboards, the installation introduces the viewer to a physical experience of marginalization. Text from "Measuring with the Eyes and Feet" includes quotes from various feminist utopian communities, tracts on the domestic sphere, and quotes from women architects.

AN ENTERPRISE OF EARTH AND WOOD,
COOKING WITHOUT BENDING DOWN,
DWELLING UNDERNEATH THE BED,
ALONG THE CRACK WHERE DIRT COLLECTS,
WE WILL DIE OF HYGIENE,
THE HARD LAWS OF MODERN MACHINERY,
EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE,
ALL CORNERS WILL BE ROUNDED,
YARDLESS CELLARLESS STAIRLESS KITCHENLESS,
CAPTAIN OF THE DOMESTIC SHIP,
DEMARKING THE THRESHHOLD OF THE PRIVATE,
THE NOTION OF SERVICE,
THE GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION OF SEXUALITY,
AN INQUIRY INTO THE DUTIES