Miniature artificial house shaped clouds are created ‘on the fly’ in order to critique the global fallout as a result of the bursting of the US housing bubble. Size and frequency of cloud generation render local housing capacity to consumption ratios into a stream of lighter than air clouds.

The work consists of a mobile enclosure that uses a special surfactant infused with helium and air  to extrude artificial clouds into the air. Local housing data related to housing capacity vs consumption controls the timing of the cloud generation.