“Follow Me” is a performance video made in 2014. At that time, artist Cai Hui was thinking about the impact of consciousness on people and their behavior. Politically, this is the problem that people in this country are always being faced with. Chinese people grew up in various political slogans. With the development of reform and opening up, another battle of consciousness has occurred to us—we are not only surrounded by political slogans but also by the bustle competition of commercials. In the past, we are all expected and encouraged to be socialism successors, now, it is different, inadvertently, you will become target of others’ pockets for profit. It is an era filled with traps and dispute of ideologies; it is also like a battle ground. As an artist, except for keeping subjectivity, making difference is also what Cai Hui is trying to do. In this case, when he had an opportunity of a residency program in Chongqing, the artist created an artwork aiming at advocating the importance of arts. He utilized the undulating terrain of this city of mountains, and added the elements of local mountain heavers’ custom of yelling out their labor chant (Slogan) into his work.