As you are being shoved into one of the four mortuary freezers that make up the Famous Deaths installation you enter a reconstruction of the final moments of famous celebrities by means of sound and scent. You smell Princes Diana’s fatal destiny, John F. Kennedy’s tragedy, Kaddafi’s desperate flight into a sewer and Whitney Houston fatal sob. We all know the images of that open car that slowly drives through the streets of Dallas, the President happily waving to the crowd. And then, those few fatal shots. What must it have been like to be near that car? Famous Deaths is an innovative way of documentary storytelling where you experience these intimate moments as smell tableau in first person perspective. You smell an autumn wind, the grass, the leather car seats, Jacky Kennedy's perfume, exhaust fumes mingled with the somewhat musty scent of that limousine, and then suddenly the penetrating scent of blood, brains and gunpowder drilling its way into your nostrils.