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Artistic freedom or defamation?

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Artists are always trying to push the boundaries.

But the recent murals of Melbournian Lushsux have sparked controversy for their unique and so-called offensive depictions of public figures.

So is there still such a thing as freedom of artistic expression? Or do artists have to be more cautious of potentially defamatory work?

Reporter Tara Cosoleto finds out. 

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