"The trailer has always held a special place in the American imagination. Once a symbol of freedom and mobility, it became — through waves of economic hardship and discrimination over the course of the 20th century — a testament to the limitations of the so-called land of opportunity. Stated another way, trailers became the province of the have-nots, and along the way, the pernicious myth of “trailer park trash” became core to a set of stereotypes about lower-class white people." (Nina Renata Aron)
Through these 10 artwork is represented the essential form of this iconic American form of living
Technique: Inkjet printing
Size: 18" X 18"