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“Two Tigers,” an installation clearly designed as a complete narrative in its structure and composition. Two tigers cast in bronze, mounted on a single bronze square, chase each other, each in the pursuit of the other’s life. The sculpture’s surface is scratched almost as a testament to the ferocity with which this battle is being played out. Yang Xinguang uses such simple props as this to build those ‘improbable castles in the air’ from the cruel nature of our reality. The bronze cast tigers produced during his college term, are brought here, completing these produced materials as a work of art.