The 14th Factory art installation, from Hong Kong-based British artist Simon Birch, was described by the Los Angeles Times as "a series of wondrous, over-the-top sets for the perfect selfie".
Little did they know that someone's attempt at taking a selfie would lead to $200,000-worth of damage.
A YouTube user, who claims to be a mate of Birch, uploaded some CCTV footage of a woman in the Hypercaine installation trying to get a picture while crouching, and ending up knocking over a bunch of art pieces as if they were dominoes.
The Los Angeles-based gallery consists of 14 separate installations in a disused warehouse, with the Hypercaine segment being based on a song by DJ Fresh, of all people.
If you're in the LA area, you can visit The 14th Factory until the end of July, but it's closed Monday and Tuesday.
While you're here, we've collected 21 of the most inappropriate selfies of all time - from Kim Kardashian to 'normal' people who have no respect for places of historical importance, to situations where you really shouldn't be taking photos of yourself.
And now we've given you the don'ts about taking a selfie, let's balance it out with some tips on how to take the perfect selfie.
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