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The photographs of Emma Wilcox reflect the type of urban decay seen in too many places across our region. In her new exhibit "Salvage Rights", she takes on the issue of eminent domain - the seizing of property for "the public good". It's an issue in Connecticut, where New London became the centerpeice of a landmark ruling on eminent domain law. Wilcox joins Where We Live to talk about her work.
"Salvage Rights" is at Real Art Ways through June 14. Wilcox will be doing an artists talk April 30 at 6PM.