Let's try something else. I would assume that most of you know Damien Hirst. He's mostly known for sticking dead animals in formaldehyde and labeling the product as being art. Not only that, he manages to make quite a living out of it. In reality, he has some 5 to 10 concepts, of which he (and his workshop) creates copies or interpretations, depending on who you're listening to. So much so that he is the most expensive living artist. And, some people reason, for what exactly? Yes, sticking dead animals in formaldehyde, for one. As such, he's not quite uncontroversial. The world now seems to devide into two groups of people; those who are simply bedazzled by his work - and those who abhor him and his work. Soooo.... where do we stand on him?