Some comfort gained from the acceptance of the inherent lies in everything

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One of his many well known pieces, namely "Some comfort acquired from the acceptance of the innate lies in everything" (see Hirst, 1997) functions two dead cows, which have been separated by vertical cross-sectional cuts right into 12 sepaprice segments, each floating upbest in its very own sepaprice tank of formaldehyde. As an exhibit the 12 tanks are put in a disconsistent but linear order such that the miscellaneous cross-sectional segments of the two bodies are interreadjusted. Separated from one one more equi-distantly, the tanks are arranged so that spectators might walk approximately and between the miscellaneous segments of the carcasses and advantage from both external and inner anatomical vanteras of the 2 pets.

When asked to clarify the title of the cow piece, Some Comfort Gained from the Acceptance of the Inherent Lies in Everything. Hirst described it simply by noting that it was "worth most money."