Monument is a four channel video installation and sculpture exploring reactions to monuments around the world. The work premiered 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, then later went on to be displayed at Runaway Studios in Lafayette, LA as part of Southern Screen 2016. 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 with material appropriated 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).
National Television is a video installation consisting of a vintage television set sitting on a red, white, and blue hand-woven rug. The television plays a glitched version of season one of the reality TV show, The Bachelor. On top of the television sits Stubbs' grandfather's mantle clock, and a framed photo of Stubbs' great-grandparents in front of their house. The work premiered at The Ogden Museum of Southern Art in August of 2017 as part of the Louisiana Contemporary exhibit and Whitney's White Linen Night.
Donald Trump's Reflections
Donald Trump's Reflections, created as a follow up to Kanye West's New Testament, is also a 30 minute experimental documentary created with material appropriated from YouTube. Released in December 2015, this piece focuses on a man who was running for president of the United States at the time. It can be seen