Davidson began using inflated weather balloons to create artworks in the 1990s to challenge notions of contemporary monumental sculpture and to explore issues of the body and the structures that bind it—both physical and social. Davidson’s best-known artworks are balloons squeezed and constricted by lace corsets or shaped into bifurcated bulbous masses by taut rope that reference the female body. Spin Too! and the related photograph beside it, Bonnefemmerie #2, physically embody joyfulness, sensuality, and brazen confidence taken to extreme limits.