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eye.. of.. the.. beholder
Hamsters don't become trained to attack by running on their cute little wheels.
originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: skunkape23
What about Hamster wheels then, would that not also be a form of animal abuse?
Not that a particularly agree with the artistic temperament displayed but freedom of expression is rather synonymous with freedom of speech, start arsing around with one and it with inevitably influence the other in a derogatory manner.
It's also plainly stated that no animals were hurt or injured so i cant really see the problem other than the material just not being in line with the average person cup a tea(myself included).
originally posted by: knowledgehunter0986
Grim, sure. But art is in the eye of the beholder. We don't know the intentions of the artist.
Sometimes the most disturbing things leave the most profound impressions. Maybe that's what the artist wanted.