Sally the Urban Fox
Sat on the top of the Hayward Gallery just on the south side of Waterloo Bridge is Sally, the urban fox, intended to represent the blurring between city and country that is happening these days. Foxes are rife through London, and I suspect you see more of them in the city than you ever would in the country. Sally was made in Nottingham in two parts, I believe, and shipped down to London. Urban foxes tend to polarise opinion, with many people in the So-cute-and-furry-they-can't-be-bad camp. A perfectly logical argument, then.