From their fiberglass child mannequins or Zygotic acceleration, biogenetic, de-sublimated libidinal models (enlarged x 1000) to their current interest in consumer culture, Jake and Dinos Chapman are two of the most controversial artists working in Britain today. Having drawn from popular icons such as MacDonalds as well as artistic icons such as Goya’s Disasters of War they investigate society’s taboos. Often provocatively humorous, their work continues to generate debate and extreme reaction. The brothers have been nominated for this year’s Turner Prize and Jake Chapman joins broadcaster Matthew Collings for a conversation about their current, past and future work. Matthew Collings is author of Blimey!: From Bohemia to Britpop: The London Artworld from Francis Bacon to Damien Hirst, It Hurts: New York art from Warhol to now, and This is Modern Art.