Lamb could be executed live online in German art project




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Published on Apr 26, 2012



Decapitating a lamb is the premise of a controversial art project by two German students. Berlin University art students Iman Rezai and Rouven Materne built a colorful guillotine and asked the public to vote online whether or not the lamb should be killed live on the internet. Photos of the lamb with its head sticking out of the guillotine have been published online.

Killing an animal without reasonable cause is illegal in Germany. Authorities are threatening the pair with three-year jail terms, but Rezai and Materne are pressing on with their project, which they call An Experiment Representing the Current Conditions Surrounding Democracy. Rezai and Materne say this is a this solely a piece of performance art. So far more than 300,000 people have voted. More than 137,000 people have voted "yes." Voters have 23 more days, until the middle of May, to cast their votes.

To our fans who don't speak German, "Nein" means no and "Ja" means yes. Are you going to vote?

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