Levitated Mass is a 2012 large-scale sculpture by Michael Heizer on the campus of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The installation consists of a 340-ton boulder affixed above a concrete trench through which visitors may walk. The nature, expense and scale of the installation made it an instant topic of discussion within the art world.
"the rock of ages flew through the air when they were blasting at stone valley materials and landed as a 3.4 ton mass along with a rain of granite the small stone around it represent rain & it's future"
"not much else to say."
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