Artist Michael Heizer‘s awesome, infuriating, confounding and beautiful installation-art master work “Levitated Mass” on the north-side of LACMA in Los Angeles elicits many, varied reactions. “It’s just a rock,” is one we’ve heard a few times. “Sublime” is another. “Cool” is to be expected. Whatever people may think of it, many people visit it, preen for Instagram selfies in front of it and photograph it from many angles. And one can’t argue with its presence and the awesomeness of the complicated years-long effort to realize this artwork. It’s now a deeply Californian-imbued and locked-in piece of the Los Angeles landscape, even if its lesser known than the iconic and massively popular “Urban Light,” Chris Burden’s literally brilliant installation of street lamps on the south side of the LACMA grounds.