This short, light-hearted ‘disaster’ film is part of a series created by Cincinnati-born, now New York-based, artist Mark Fox. In Untitled (nutzilla) a colossal rendition of Mr. Peanut, the Planters company mascot, destroys the museum and some of its collection. First debuting at the museum in 2003 as part of Fox’s one-man exhibition Dust, the film speaks to the concept of impermanence.
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