Devised as a single work, the piece combines nine of Hirst’s 'Spin' paintings. These paintings were first conceived in 1992, the same year in which he was first nominated for the Turner Prize.
The exploration of movement, which Hirst considers as a way of implying life, is a central theme. This piece represents a synthesis of the 'Spin' series concept, whilst its uniqueness lies in the presence of multiple works made to interact with each other.
The work was recently presented by Hirst in order to raise funds for his 'Victim' charitable foundation. Hirst’s fame reached a new peak in 2012, when his solo exhibition at the Tate, became the gallery’s most visited contemporary art show.