Some of you probably remember riding around in these station wagons, and some of you don't. My friend Gretchen gave me a pile of old photos that her family didn't want and many of them were pictures of the construction of a suburban house. There were also shots of interiors, presumably to showcase appliances, fixtures and furniture, all from the late 50s, early 60s. Oddly, with so much more stuff, people don't take these kinds of pictures anymore. These seem wistfully proud to me, as if they were absolutely certain that better living was assured from an accumulation of stuff. And the photo itself seems to be a trophy related to that accumulation. I wanted to create the same kind of enclosure with threads that I did for the portraits.