Artistic freedom or defamation?
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.
More by Panorama
March 20th, 2017 was International Day of Happiness, as proposed by Chairman and CEO of Illien Global Public Benefit Corporation and former […]
A recent backlash by Youtube users surrounding pro-LGBTIQ content that is hidden when restricted mode is activated has prompted Youtube to apologize. […]
A proposed change to labeling of non-dairy milk products has been raised by the dairy industry. Panorama reporter Kasia Kosidlo spoke to Dairy […]