Eugene resident Mary DeMocker is creating a block-long interactive art installation protesting the proposed Pacific Connector pipeline.
DeMocker's homemade pipeline stretches across her neighbors' yards. It serves as a visual representation of eminent domain, which Pacific Connector might use to claim the land it needs to transport natural gas. DeMocker describes her mock project:
"What we've done is basically condemned all of the neighbors' houses, as will be done if this natural gas pipeline is allowed to go through between Malin and Coos Bay Oregon."