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What's shaped like an egg, has four wheels, has traveled 3,000 miles and can handle only two to four people at a time?

If you guessed NuMu, the egg-shaped museum on wheels from Guatemala, you're really cultured and guessed correctly. We took a tour of the museum in Los Angeles:

The NuMu is part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA exhibition "A Universal History of Infamy" at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

It features works by performance artist Regina José Falindo and Guatemalan composer Joaquín Orellana.

The museum has crossed two international borders and made pit stops Mexico City, Veracruz, Texas and Arizona.

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