Levitating Mass at LACMA


Another highlight of the LACMA visit was the experiencing of Michael Heiser's Levitating Mass from 2012. I followed the journey of this boulder from a Riverside California quarry to its final resting spot at the LACMA. Apparently it is not a permanent installation as it is expected to be there for just 3500 years. During its excursion there were all sorts of Facebook and art-blog posts chronicling its tour through the Southland. Kinda' fun to see it in person and installed. I had to take the gratuitous tourist shot. Here's a link to the LACMA and reports leading up to the installation

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