The boulder at the center of LACMA’s “Levitated Mass” was billed as the largest thing transported since, like, medieval times or whatever they said. At 340-tons it is indestructible. Unless it rains a little, of course.
Would-be visitors to the big giant LACMA rock Monday morning were met with this sign:
Now, I understand concrete can sometimes get slippery when wet. But that is easy to combat by putting a rough texture on it or putting some other stuff on it (what do you want from me?; I’m not a mason). I mean, sidewalks all over the world are concrete and they remain open when it rains.
I Love Los Angeles, But… sometimes the decisions made in this city just make me laugh.