Artist Highlights Inequality with 'Notorious Possession' of Foreclosed Home | KCET
Artist Highlights Inequality with 'Notorious Possession' of Foreclosed Home
Recently we told you about a squatter who moved into a vacant house that wasn't his. Police say he went on to "rent" it to others and made off with their security deposits. That's just one kind of squatting. But it seems squatting can take many different forms.
Sometimes it's an act of desperation, other times an act of defiance, and occasionally it's a work of art. Take a look at this unusual example from our friends at "Artbound," KCET's online and on-air series on the art and culture of Southern California.
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