The American Dream
A house is a home is a family; not a property, or an investment, but a cornerstone of the American Dream, an iconic emblem of this country. It's an ideal so basic, it even appears in children's earliest drawings.
Yet recent images of houses are more likely to show them standing abandoned, bolted...foreclosed. The families who once lived in them have been uprooted and, sometimes, destroyed. Their American dreams have gone bankrupt.
In my installation I have created images depicting the American Dream as a mere commodity. The work is a reflection of a reality where people capitalize on the broken dreams of others to satisfy their greed. Do you want to invest in bankruptcy?