By examining the transient state of rental properties, I am constructing a visual history of my local townscape. My prints depict imagery of residential living through the remnants of tenants. The imagery is void of people. Temporary neighbors are known through their loyalty to pizza brands, age of their children through discarded toys, and the amount of weekly waste produced. Their presence is indicated twice a week on the side of the road as layman still lifes, pragmatic assemblages that wait for garbage day.
Transitions of life stages or relocating is signified based on the amount of furniture left on a lawn. Sometimes items are laid out like an estate sale while others are precariously stacked. Objects shift hourly as the best are scavenged. Items void of value have played their part in the cycle of continuous consumption and have now been displaced.