Big Sheep challenges Big Brother

Big Sheep is challenging Big Brother as a viewing favourite for Croatians.

Artist Sinisa Labrovic’s sheep are living, eating and sleeping—and even have writers reading them their works—in a ruined factory building in the Croatian capital, Zagreb, as part of an arts festival.

Two of the seven sheep have already been eliminated from the show, which is broadcast online, and put out to grass.

Labrovic says the show is a satire, to “show that people are being made into sheep by others, especially those who participate in reality shows”.

The winner, to be selected by viewers on Saturday, will get a lifetime’s loving care and avoid the butcher’s chop.—Sapa-AP

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