Sky Ladder is an art documentary about the Chinese artist, Cai Guo-Qiang. He is one of the many examples of artists in the world who create unfamiliar styles or artwork. I learned that the art you create doesn’t necessarily need to follow the generic designs people assume, but rather, it could be anything. A topic brought up in the documentary was that Cai Guo-Qiang rather “rebelled” against his father. His artwork was contrasting to his father’s traditional paintings; instead, he had a modern style of art by creating explosions on his piece. Whenever these rebellious against normality type of situations occur, I think artists should just be able to create pieces without any limitations and call it their artwork. The most important takeaway from watching is documentary is make a real-life form of what you imagine and create if without any restrictions.