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Cockroach is executed in an ELECTRIC CHAIR: Artist is condemned for animal cruelty after killing bug that flew into his home

Sculptor Gabriel Tuazon rigged mini chair with battery wires and lightbulb Filmed himself flicking switch and electrocuting bug at home in Philippines Said he wanted to squash pest instead but didn't 'want his table getting dirty'

By Connor Boyd For Mailonline

Published: 08:07 EDT, 5 July 2018 | Updated: 17:59 EDT, 5 July 2018

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An artist has stirred up a frenzy on social media after executing a cockroach in a mini electric chair.

Sculptor Gabriel Tuazon snared the pest when it flew in through a window at his home in Pasig, Philippines, yesterday morning.

He spent two hours rigging up a mini wooden chair connected to battery wires and a light bulb before strapping the roach down with a metal lid on its head.

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Artist kills cockroach using bizarre miniature electric chair
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Sculptor Gabriel Tuazon (left)rigged up a mini wooden chair connected to battery wires and a light bulb (right)

Gabriel then filmed himself flicking the switch to send a current through the insect's body which began twitching as the electricity killed it.

But the artist was branded a torturer by commentators online who condemned the stunt as animal cruelty.

[13] Speech to the senate, December 8, 1959. Cited in Dubois, Politique , 169.

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[16] Dubois, Politique , 15.

[17] “Highlight heritage with attention paid to the regions,” “pursue big cultural and architectural projects,” “preserve the vibrancy of the theater sector,” “take up the challenge of education and transmission,” “promote digital culture,” “support cultural industries,” “establish durable support for the press,” “aid the public audiovisual sector.” 2011 Budget of the Ministry of Culture and Communication , 29.

[18] Speech to the senate, December 8, 1959. Cited by Dubois, Politique , 169.

[19] Pierre Bourdieu and Jean-Claude Passeron, La Reproduction. Eléments pour une théorie du système d’enseignement (Paris: Minuit, 1970), 19. Cited by Dany-Robert Dufour in his excellent book Le Divin marché. La Révolution culturelle libérale (Paris: Denoël, 2007), 168.

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The culture ministry has announced that it will “be associated with” this “cultural component of high-school reform” and that it encourages “the development of partnerships between the supported artistic and cultural structures and the educational establishments, particularly through artist residencies.”

[21] Martha Nussbaum, Not For Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2010) [ Les Émotions démocratiques. Comment former le citoyen du XXI e siècle? . (Paris: Climats, 2011)].

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