This is a piece of yard art on a fairly important residential street a few miles from where I live. If I want to get downtown, I have to drive past this thing.
The owners have it set up so the face is looking at southbound drivers. The first time I drove past it, shortly after it was installed, I nearly jumped through the ceiling — and thought, "Man, that thing's going to cause an accident."
So, my idea is that this sculpture, when set up by a street, increases the rate of fatal accidents on that street. The Foundation would discover it after a pattern of unusual news reports. For instance, accidents occurring at or near the posted speed limit of 30mph would exhibit characteristics of high-speed collisions, and occupants of involved cars would be killed by unlikely means (glass shards entering the eye, strangulation by seatbelt).
It would be a Safe object in that removing it from areas of vehicle traffic would neutralize its effects, though an addendum might warn personnel not to use any sort of powered cart to transport it, or to navigate the hallway leading past its containment area.
Thoughts? I know it's not terribly compelling, but I thought my first article ought to be low-key.