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Is Inflatable Poop Really Art? [VIDEO]

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The definition of “art” may be defined in many ways, and each person will view art a bit differently. This particular piece of art is part of an inflatable exhibit in Hong Kong at the site of what will be the Hong Kong Museum of Visual Arts. In addition to a huge pile of poo, visitors have also been taking in a boucy Stonehenge along with a giant cockroach and other displays.

The poop sculpture, made by American artist Paul McCarthy, was taken down by wind and rain a few days ago. It was discovered that the sculpture had a small hole, and officials were trying to get it back into inflatable shape quickly.

What do you think? Is this art?

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