Driven to desperate measures by rejection, artist Willard Stukey resolves to bring attention to his work by committing mass murder.
He chooses Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, as the appropriate setting for his exhibition of "live art."
An anguished Disney chairman hires freelance trouble-shooter Jeff Dalkin, who suffers from Tourette's syndrome and curses uncontrollably, to help contain the media circus that ensues.
Meanwhile, Stukey makes the most of mammoth publicity with spontaneous demands to showcase his paintings.
Eringer's tale is a brushstroke of suspense, shaded with comedy, tinged with farce. Its hue is popular culture, glazed with insanity; art versus humanity.