Promised Land (Brooklyn, NY)   site-specific intervention, archival pigment print mounted on sintra 24" x 36"  2013  "Promised Land" is a site-specific intervention documented through photography. The interventions transform found real estate signs, which originally read "commercial land for lease" to "promised land for lease". The interventions expose and question the ethos of the American Dream and it's allusions of upward mobility in the midst of financial crises, Wall Street corruption, predatory home lending, and an ever-increasing wealth gap.

Promised Land (Brooklyn, NY)

site-specific intervention, archival pigment print mounted on sintra
24" x 36"

2013

"Promised Land" is a site-specific intervention documented through photography. The interventions transform found real estate signs, which originally read "commercial land for lease" to "promised land for lease". The interventions expose and question the ethos of the American Dream and it's allusions of upward mobility in the midst of financial crises, Wall Street corruption, predatory home lending, and an ever-increasing wealth gap.

  Promised Land (Liberty, NY)   site-specific intervention, archival pigment print mounted on sintra 22" x 32"  2013  "Promised Land" is a site-specific intervention documented through photography. The interventions transform found real estate signs, which originally read "commercial land for lease" to "promised land for lease". The interventions expose and question the ethos of the American Dream and it's allusions of upward mobility in the midst of financial crises, Wall Street corruption, predatory home lending, and an ever-increasing wealth gap.

Promised Land (Liberty, NY)

site-specific intervention, archival pigment print mounted on sintra
22" x 32"

2013

"Promised Land" is a site-specific intervention documented through photography. The interventions transform found real estate signs, which originally read "commercial land for lease" to "promised land for lease". The interventions expose and question the ethos of the American Dream and it's allusions of upward mobility in the midst of financial crises, Wall Street corruption, predatory home lending, and an ever-increasing wealth gap.