In Statement on Orlando Shootings, LA Rooftop Covered in Mannequins

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The owner of a Los Angeles mannequin rental business has created a powerful visual display on his West Hollywood roof, scattering 50 of the props atop his house with a large sign proclaiming, “50 dead people #guncontrol.”

The art installation, titled “No One Is Safe,” is a statement on the mass killing at a gay club in Orlando, Florida.

This is what 50 dead people looks like.

— ChadMichael (@OhMannequin) June 12, 2016

The artist, ChadMichael Morrisette, told NBC4 Los Angeles that he wants to shock and motivate passersby.

“This affected me so much. I wanted people to see as the biggest shooting in American history, what that might look like, and I have the ability to show them that …

It doesn’t matter if it’s a church or a movie theater or a gay club or an elementary school. All of us at this point should be able to relate to it.”

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