The renegade Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan is known for his tragiocomedy. His vision of a post-suicide squirrel strangely titled bidibidobidiboo (1996) is certainly no exception. His other button-pushing taxidermic works include a donkey heaved up in the air by the weight of his cart and what appears to be a dead (or just exhausted) colt suspended from the ceiling. Cattelan's work is by no means limited to taxidermy. In fact, he roams freely between sculptural media, whatever seems right for the purpose. As Jeff Rian highlights, Cattelan is "an improviser of contexts, a manipulator of places and events, a Houdini-like escape artists ... at once a fool, entertainer, joker, magician, provocateur, and stuntman."