The National Museum of Singapore has this amazing exhibition by Cai Guo Qiang.
Head On, his impressive installation of 90 wolves crashing into one another, was displayed.
It's an awesome exhibition which evokes a contemplative frame of mind from the viewers. Wonderfully impressive in scale, realism and grandeur.
Brilliant shadows are cast on the black walls. Shadows of prancing animals, shadows that seem so solid that one almost forgets about their ephemeral nature.
And the shifting composition that interacts with and includes the audience! Brilliant.
It asks a pertinent question: are we following the wrong crowd over, about and around?