<Women & Work>, in collaboration with Mary Kelly, Kay Hunt and Margaret Harrison, tells the story of workers in the 1970s. Since the late 1960s, the world has undergone many political and social changes, and social movements have been active to protect the socially underprivileged, including women, children and workers. This phenomenon led to the diversification of the collection of the general public, the community, and the minority, and the expansion of the artist’s political remarks and themes in the art world. <Women & Work>, completed in conjunction with these social issues, surveyed and recorded the reality of workers in a factory in London and produced it as a artwork. <Women & Work> is a collaborative work of three artists, a record of workers in the 1970s, and a record of the labor situation, factory, and even the history of the region. Therefore, this study examined the methods and features of <Women & Work>, which dealt with the lives of women workers in the 1970s, based on social conditions.