the dream being

I don’t know about ya’ll but  I have been following the journey of the 340-ton granite boulder, known as Levitated Mass, since LACMA’s twitterfeed , blog blasts and Facebook posts sparked nation wide attention back in March. That’s when the rock traveled 105 miles, over a span of 11 nights (never going faster than 5mph) to arrive to LACMA’s grounds where it would become suspended  over a 456-foot long concrete channel. (As it traveled from city to city, crowds would gather to catch a glimpse and in one town, thousands of people even gathered for a street party around it.)  Michael Hezier, the artist and visionary behind Levitated Mass worked on  bringing this massive rock from a quarry in Riverside all the way to Los Angeles for nearly 40 years and the artwork cost a staggering $10 million. It finally opened to the public last weekend to a welcoming crowd, and is…

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