In the experimental film "Stasis" an unidentified number of men engage in an strange interaction with a table. The film begins in a half darkened room with close-up shots of feet, legs and table legs. Slowly the camera zooms out to reveal 33 men in suits; solemnly holding 4 tables, above the ground, with their mouths. The men are motionless and express no emotion. Gradually we see the tables and men stacked upon one another. The film ends with a monumental pyramid-shaped stack of tables and men. The top of the pyramid has the smallest table with only four men holding it. Although these men cannot eat or talk it is obvious a certain dialogue takes place. The presence of each individual is absolutely required to keep the construction/conversation solid and on going.