This is truly brilliant and took unimaginable discipline and focus. It makes me sad that it hasn't got the attention that it deserves. No one has done this before, you may be ahead of your time. I love that standing back from it, it appears to be a kind of desolate landscape, but looking closely you see that everyone is naked, and that really adds to the surreal factor that starts with the never-ending void of houses and the fading off into nothingness. Your work is showing a lot of maturity and is growing into something completely different than what it was. I am excited to see where it will go next.
every house and yard different. I feel slightly voyeuristic. Such a feeling of desolation, how we choose to live is a wonder. The piece reminds me of a photo I saw years ago of an apartment building that had been hit by a tornado. It tore off one wall and left all the rest intact. In the photo you could look inside and see how each apartment was set up. Why do we choose little boxes to box ourselves in?
man this is phenomenal. i see the little glitch mentioned in one of the other comments. but regardless, this is truly breathtaking in scope. you even created the necessary atmospheric perspective. it could be an old antiquated photo of a mill village taken in the area i grew up in. and the naked people does lead one to think. interesting and provocative.