Did you know that there is actually a documentary about LACMA’s now iconic Levitated Mass? There is! It’s called Levitated Mass: The Story of Michael Heizer’s Monolithic Sculpture and it will be screened as a part of the Los Angeles Film Festival next Thursday, June 20. We got word from LAFF and Film Independent that they wanted to give away a pair of tickets to next week’s screening of the film at LACMA. We thought, yes, we have to do this! How can you win the pair? We want to hear which Los Angeles art piece you think needs its own documentary since there are so many with rich stories behind them.
It’s super easy to enter: Tweet us or comment in this post or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org (Subject: Art Documentary!) which LA art piece and why it should have it’s own documentary. That will enter you for a chance to win the pair of tickets! You could say Shepard Fairey’s Obama Hope poster because it’s so iconic or Metropolis II because it is such an intricate metaphor for LA or that ridiculous sculpture of naked, pregnant Kim Kardashian because it is absolutely insane. We want to hear from you! Whatever you think it is, tell us what it is and why and you could see the Levitated Mass movie for free.
Entries must be submitted by next Tuesday, June 18, by noon and we’ll be announcing the winner later that day. This should be fun! And we know that this movie is going to be one that we’ll all be talking about. You can get more information about the screening here.