The Maurizio Cattelan exhibit currently housed inside the Guggenheim (you can't miss it), will be on view through January 22nd, and the museum has just offered up this neat video showing Cattelan using a one-twelfth-scale model of the building to help visualize the installation. Along with the miniature rotunda, he used maquettes of artworks to prepare for hanging the objects. Most likely he used one of these foam-core miniatures.

There's also a Maurizio Cattelan app, that the museum describes as "interactive and multiplatform," featuring "dramatic views of the museum’s unprecedented site-specific installation along with extensive documentation of Cattelan’s artworks, actions, and other projects." John Waters introduces the app in this video, which he notes may seem unorthodox, but sort of fitting, as Cattelan is hailed as a "provocateur, prankster, and tragic poet of our times."

And here's some bonus footage: a time lapse of the real installation...