On Thursday, I visited the Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University's excellent (and free!) museum. Among its many charms (a great African art collection, and the current "Rodin & America" exhibit is worth seeing), they have on loan a 67'-long, 42'-wide, 13'-high, 200-ton sculpture by Richard Serra called "Sequence." I really love Serra's massive steel works, which manage to have a grace and lightness despite their almost overwhelming scale. (The sculpture will stay put until 2016, and then it will move to SFMOMA.)
I took a walk through the piece and have 1:47 of shaky-cam video to share from the experience. Some people seemed unnerved walking through the canted walls, but it didn't bother me at all -- it had a secret-world quality that I quite enjoyed. This video of course allows only a small window of what it's like.