Nondescript, close-knit communities and the artificial impression that all is idyllic and secure has become the embodiment of the American Dream. A house constitutes a body of images that gives mankind proofs or illusions of
stability and I am constantly re-imagining this reality. In neighborhoods where houses sit close one up against the other, fear is less ever-present. In spite of this, the idea of safety becomes weakened by isolation, chance, and violence.