These statements are drawn from exchanges I had with residents and care-givers at a Swedish Residential Elder Care Home during På Plats [In Place], an artistic research residency held on Thursday afternoons throughout the Fall and Spring of 2018/19. The residency was an initiative of “Space and Place in End-of-Life Care,” a transdisciplinary project that was part of DöBra [Good Death], a Karolinska Institute innovative healthcare research program exploring attitudes toward, and experiences of, death and dying in Sweden. Conversation was my primary method for both social engagement and artistic research. Each conversation was spontaneous and improvised, there was no set schedule, no prepared questions, and no particular agenda. In the context of each conversation, I asked for consent and received permission to share these statements in an artwork I would make at some time in the future. The conversations were one-on-one, they varied in length and ranged far and wide in content, but the topics of aging, dying, and death was never too far away. Aging (if we are lucky), dying and death await us all. We will all need some kind of care as we grow older, we will all need a place in which to be cared for, and we all need to prepare ourselves for the fact that we keep learning, changing, and expressing ourselves up until the very end of life. These thirteen statements are designed to provoke contemplation of these uncomfortable, inevitable truths. They prompt us to consider: where do we want to be at the end of our lives, and how do we want that place to look, to sound, to smell, to taste, to feel?