In Dance Me to the End, we see a towering-yet-collapsing building. The yellow structure appears as though an earthquake or man-made mishap has destabilized it as it crumbles precariously toward some very well dressed standers-by. These figures (resembling porcelain figurines) stand holding possessions, instruments, and each other. They could be safeguarding possessions, or waiting through the last moments of an empire clearly in freefall. While the scaffolding slips, two pairs of figures dance, presumably ‘to the end.’ This odd juxtaposition is characteristic of Gall’s work, and leaves more questions for the viewer than answers.