Wang Qingsong’s – Follow Me, 2003, 120x300cm
Wang Qingsong’s work titled Follow Me, is a social critique featuring both Chinese and English slogans and terminology representing the transitions in Chinese culture, society, and history, that have been facilitated by decades’ economic growth. The text used mainly come from textbooks and manuals. In his work, Follow Me, Wang poses by himself at a desk standing before a cluttered blackboard with hundreds of pieces of written information from a number of disciplines in different languages. Wang’s work is in response to socioeconomic changes in China.