"People Inspired to Die From Recurring Themes in Art History." With a portable kitchen/bathroom floor having a red acrylic paint spill dried to the surface and a light kit to tag along I went to friends, places of employment and to parties asking for volunteers. In a nod to photographer Arthur Fellig a.k.a. Weegee (and general blood, gore and death to be found in all of art history) I asked people to play dead on my mock Kitchen /bathroom floor taking with them whatever objects immediately hand into the picture frame/death scene. The objects along with facial expressions, and posture become integral parts of the participants demise. The picture frame now as death scene both show the limits, ineptitude, absurdity and frustrations of the conventional picture plane and (if my memory serves me from college) lends us perhaps a bit of Jackson Pollocks dealings with the dimensions of the image surface