Now (just opened) it's The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist by Michael Rakowitz, a recreation of the Lamassu, a winged bull and protective god that stood at the entrance to the Nergal Gate of Nineveh from around 700BCE. The original was destroyed by ISIS in the Mosul Museum and has been rebuilt and the colours come from empty Iraqi date syrup cans, a now destroyed export for that country.
And it looks (literally) brilliant and is just the right size for the plinth.
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