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Kanye fans will be able to interact with the sculpture with the creators having implied that you'll be able to feed him until he's happy.
The group responsible for what they're calling 'Sad Kanye' are a Barcelona-based art group called Hungry Castle featuring Dave Glass.
"After pondering why Kanye always has such a resting bitch-face, they want the public's help to cheer him up," said the arts line-up announcement for Splendour 2017.
The artists are teasing festival-goers with the idea of being able to interact with the sculpture. "What can you put inside Sad Kanye to make him happy?" they said.
Many fans and non-fans are criticising the piece, however, claiming that it ridicules mental illness. Kanye had a rough 2016 and is said to have experienced a temporary psychosis. The 'Sad Kanye' display only makes a mockery of Kanye and his struggle with mental health.
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