Attack of the Giant Woolly Millipede
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Attack of the Giant Woolly Millipede

The Wholly Millapede, A 35' caterpillar was created in October 1994 in the abandoned Geneva Iron Works site, in Youngstown, Ohio. Six artists commuted to Youngstown once a week to complete the piece. The Millipede construction consisted of materials found on-site; plastic, steel wire, window frames, steelworker clothes. Eventually the sculpture spurred the B-movie classic "Attack of the Giant Wholly Millipede". The symbol of destruction resided there until the demolition of the mill in 1996.

     


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