The incident went down at The 14th Factory, where a contemporary art exhibit called "Hypercaine" was on display in an open warehouse space. The exhibit featured rows of elaborate crowns, some made from precious materials, displayed on freestanding pedestals.
A woman crouching down for a selfie in front of one of the pieces ... falls back into it, causing a domino effect that took down the entire row.
Wait for it..... 0:11 is when the action happens. This took place at my mate Simon Birch's art installation The 14th Factory in Los Angeles, when a lady tried to crouch down and pose in front of a pillar holding a sculpture to take a picture.
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According to The 14th Factory, the fall took place about two weeks ago. "The girl came in with her friend and, although we told everyone to be careful, the staff was in conversation with someone at the time and was not paying full attention ... As a non-profit, we don't have the budget for lots of staff or security," read a statement from Simon Birch, the founder and artist behind The 14th Factory.
Birch noted, "She was horrified and super upset and we took down her details, but decided not to take action as it was clearly an accident and she's a student."