July 2 – 15, 1999
Home Invasion is a series of photographs that documents the flattening of land and the construction of assembly line homes in southern Ontario. As the homes appear in the landscape, they are large, hollow, inert structures, stamped from identical molds with only minor ornamental variations. Each community is surrounded by a standard issue fence. In this work I question the societal implications of suburban development and mass produced housing, especially as it pertains to identity, individuality, and assimilation.