Monday, June 25, 2012

'Levitated Mass'

I guess people like it, but personally, I was thinking that hauling that rock from the desert was a waste of resources. And you'd think the artsy-environmentalist types would have been the first to object. Maybe the idea of some lasting aesthetics was worth spewing tons of carbon "waste" into the atmosphere during the move.

I'm not one to complain, actually. But transporting that thing was one hella production.

In any case, see the Los Angeles Times, "What do museum-goers think of LACMA's 'Levitated Mass' sculpture?":

And see Christopher Knight, "Review: LACMA's new hunk 'Levitated Mass' has some substance."