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Cai Guo-Qiang: Head On
'Head On' is made up of 99 replica animals; a graceful vertical leap of wolves, hurling themselves in the air, only to hit a glass wall before returning to the beginning. The number of animals in his work is symbolic. 9 and 99 recur frequently in Cai's work. 9 representing “long-lasting” in Chinese numerology, while 99 suggests for the artist something that is not quite complete, providing a sense of insufficiency and expectation.
'Head On' makes broad statements about human nature. Gaining power and momentum through unity, the wolves appear heroic as they leap toward the unknown. There is the implication that if we blindly follow ideology, or misdirect our strength toward a collective goal, there can be damaging consequences. The resilience of the wolves hints at our difficulty in learning from our mistakes. The transparent glass wall suggests that we may not even be aware that an obstacle is there, or know who put it in place, yet it remains impenetrable - invisible barriers can be, the artist says, “the hardest walls to destroy”.