Chickens on Fire Modern Art ?

Algerian/French Artist Adel Abdessemed exhibits a short video that depicts several chickens screaming while appearing to be on fire as they hang against a wall, in an exhibition in the Museum of modern arts in Lyon at the moment.

This so-called art titled “Printemps,” or “spring” in French is creating a lot of outrage amongst associations of the protection of animals like One Voice, PETA France and Aymeric Caron.

The film, which can be viewed in part here,  is part of an homage to the suffering of those involved in the Arab Spring revolutions.

 

Please boycott this country where animals don’t value a penny!!

http://www.rtl.fr/actu/justice-faits-divers/lyon-des-poulets-brules-vifs-pour-une-exposition-indignent-des-defenseurs-d-animaux-7792591932

 

 

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