This multi faceted performative piece was made for La Tallera, Cuernavaca, Mexico. It created spatially complex theatrical perspectives; putting the back stage on the front stage whilst making the work place a continuous exhibit. Siquieros´ ex studio became a studio, where carpenters, students, local seamstresses, escenographers and a restoration specialist, came together to recreate a mixture of tableaux vivants from Bosch and Brueghel the Elder´s paintings. Over three months seven live activations from fragments of the original paintings were made with students from the local theatre school, and were simultaneously recorded on nine different security camaras. During the activations, musicians played accompanying interpretations, conjoining unfinished fragments and multiple itineraries. This whole process produced a lapsus of bodies and histories while questioning the stasis of time and form.