Fall Hazard is a proposal for an art installation to be included in the annual “Spring Break Art Show”. It plays on our ideas of perceptions of space and our interactions with the built environment. The installation consists of a simple monolith the size of a telephone booth, dimly lit and potentially veiled to de-materialize its plain form. A visitor can enter the monolith where the mirrored interior is activated with lights and music, inviting the sole occupant to dance. This small building houses a vast space within and activity commonly done in crowds is made private. This subversion of perception and use is meant to make us re-think our everyday relationship with architecture.