This immersive installation is composed of thousands of paper structures, recalling the prefabricated cities that have come to dominate the post-WW II American landscape. Fashioned from thin, pastel paper houses created from a limited variation of Xeroxed patterns, Molnar’s ticky-tacky boxes flood the gallery to create one indistinguishable residential division after another. With many American's suffering through the most difficult housing market in memory, Cheryl's work recalls the social, ecological and economic complexities that have come to define the new American Dream. For generations, Americans viewed owning a home as a symbol of their personal and national prosperity. Now this vision has become clouded by predatory banking practices, scarce natural resources and global economic volatility.