Monument is a four channel video installation and sculpture exploring reactions to monuments around the world. The piece is on display at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art August 6 through September 18, 2016 as part of the Louisiana Contemporary exhibit and Whitney's White Linen Night. The videos consist entirely of footage appropriated from YouTube. The sculpture was created with assistance from Stephen Price and Panacea Theriac.
Kanye West's New Testament
Kanye West's New Testament is a 34 minute experimental documentary created entirely with material from YouTube. Kanye West quotes, embellished with Jonny Greenwood's There Will Be Blood soundtrack pair with a variety of video footage featuring wild animals, extreme athletes, celebrities, astronauts, and everyday people. Although the official post has been removed from YouTube, copies of Kanye West's New Testament can still be found in various places (such as here).
I Lay Where I Fall
A feature length documentary directed, edited, and shot by Andrew Michael Stubbs, I Lay Where I Fall is a portrait of an artist in search of his voice. Juston Stens drove a 1972 Triumph motorcycle across the country and collaborated on songs with members of Wilco, Spoon, Apollo Sunshine, and many others. After a successful festival run in 2014, I Lay Where I Fall will be available on limited edition DVD soon.