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This artwork explores the dynamic interplay between masculine and feminine energies, symbolized by the red horse representing Yang energy, which signifies masculinity in Chinese tradition.

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The artwork highlights the significance of their union, as the combination of the horse's seed and Ishtar's milk gives rise to the pulse of life. Not only does this convergence create biological life, but it also generates the movement of energy itself, depicted by the three DNA spirals emanating from the heart.

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The presence of a snake in the artwork symbolizes duality, as it can only move by twisting in opposite directions. Additionally, it alludes to the biblical story of Adam and Eve, where female energy is portrayed as the catalyst for creation and all events. In this narrative, she embodies the tree of life and the tree of knowledge, bearing the fruit that sustains the serpent's existence. With her primal nature, she stimulates the male energy (represented by the horse) to ejaculation, initiating the movement and existence of our world. It is through their union that a harmonious cosmos is created.


The figure seated on the horse's tail is an Japanese Dogu figure, which symbolizes a person's yearning for the mystical and otherworldly, encompassing religiosity itself. This representation acknowledges the innate human inclination towards myth-making, as religions often emerge from this deep-rooted desire to explore the unknown and seek spiritual enlightenment.

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