Forward and Backward Pam and Tommy, 2009, 14:49 min.
Forward and Backward Pam and Tommy, 2009, 14:49 min.

This split screen video appropriates the infamous celebrity sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee on their honeymoon, showing the action as it was taped and in reverse.

Omegle Picasso, 2014, 13:34 min.

In Omegle Picasso I cam chat with anonymous people under the guise of a vintage photograph of Pablo Picasso.

TV Party, 2008, 1:44 min.

TV Party features the opening credits of classic television shows created with a collage editing technique.

R.I.P. Dimebag Darrell, 2008, 1:36 minutes

An injured Woodcock in midtown Manhattan is a metaphor for the death of Dimebag Darrell. The riff from Pantera's song "Walk" provides the soundtrack.

24 Second Psycho, 2005, 24 seconds

24 Second Psycho appropriates the entire Alfred Hitchcock movie Psycho and condenses it into twenty-four seconds.

Your Friend, 2004, 2:47 minutes

Your Friend features a closely cropped shot of the children's toy Teddy Ruxpin, singing a
duet with his pal Grubby.

Slayer...Slayer...Slayer..., 2003, 6:42 min.

Slayer...Slayer...Slayer... is a narrative video recounting the first time I saw the band Slayer after taking LSD.

I Win!, 1999, 3:53 min.

Utilizing an array of quirky characters, I Win! revels in the idiosyncratic way in which people celebrate winning.

Modern Day Caveman, 1998, 5:43 min.

For Modern Day Caveman, I lived in the Islip Art Museum's Carriage House Space twenty-four hours a day, for nine days.

Beat Down, 1998, continuous loop

In Beat Down, a boxing nun puppet that I control punches me continuously in the face.

Forward and Backward Pam and Tommy, 2009, 14:49 min.
Omegle Picasso, 2014, 13:34 min.
TV Party, 2008, 1:44 min.
R.I.P. Dimebag Darrell, 2008, 1:36 minutes
24 Second Psycho, 2005, 24 seconds
Your Friend, 2004, 2:47 minutes
Slayer...Slayer...Slayer..., 2003, 6:42 min.
I Win!, 1999, 3:53 min.
Modern Day Caveman, 1998, 5:43 min.
Beat Down, 1998, continuous loop
Forward and Backward Pam and Tommy, 2009, 14:49 min.

This split screen video appropriates the infamous celebrity sex tape of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee on their honeymoon, showing the action as it was taped and in reverse.

Omegle Picasso, 2014, 13:34 min.

In Omegle Picasso I cam chat with anonymous people under the guise of a vintage photograph of Pablo Picasso.

TV Party, 2008, 1:44 min.

TV Party features the opening credits of classic television shows created with a collage editing technique.

R.I.P. Dimebag Darrell, 2008, 1:36 minutes

An injured Woodcock in midtown Manhattan is a metaphor for the death of Dimebag Darrell. The riff from Pantera's song "Walk" provides the soundtrack.

24 Second Psycho, 2005, 24 seconds

24 Second Psycho appropriates the entire Alfred Hitchcock movie Psycho and condenses it into twenty-four seconds.

Your Friend, 2004, 2:47 minutes

Your Friend features a closely cropped shot of the children's toy Teddy Ruxpin, singing a
duet with his pal Grubby.

Slayer...Slayer...Slayer..., 2003, 6:42 min.

Slayer...Slayer...Slayer... is a narrative video recounting the first time I saw the band Slayer after taking LSD.

I Win!, 1999, 3:53 min.

Utilizing an array of quirky characters, I Win! revels in the idiosyncratic way in which people celebrate winning.

Modern Day Caveman, 1998, 5:43 min.

For Modern Day Caveman, I lived in the Islip Art Museum's Carriage House Space twenty-four hours a day, for nine days.

Beat Down, 1998, continuous loop

In Beat Down, a boxing nun puppet that I control punches me continuously in the face.

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