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Where there's bacon, there's a party. Such was the case when artist Gary Grossman had some friends over for heaping mounds of bacon, and a moth. The moth, of course, was not a planned ingredient; it sort of added itself to the pan. One of Grossman's friends attempted to rescue the unwitting visitor, but all attempts at reviving the insect were fruitless. The friend even appealed to the supernatural for its resurrection, taking the lifeless body outside and chanting, "Mothma, mothma ..."

  • Artist co-op Mothma outgrows its beginnings.

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