Our culture accepts and even encourages a disparity in the quality of housing between the economic extremes within our culture. This is an exploration of the two extremes on housing in use within Washoe County, Nevada.
With homeless camps at one end of the range, having some form of shelter is one of the most important details relating to a home. Meanwhile, with expensive homes, the location can be more important than the building itself. In this series of photographs, the level of saturation (color) represents the relative importance of areas or objects within the photographs.
As a society, how much longer will we find this acceptable?
How long until we decide that we need to make sure that ALL members of our society have their basic needs met?