"Experimental film superimposing seven of Lumiere's first films over top of one another, inspired by principles of haiku poetry (title taken from Arthur Keostler). Part of a series of films reinterpreting Lumiere works."
Whyte references the YouTube copyright algorhythm that seeks to protect authorship from appropriation and reinvention.
A video by Dick Whyte and Tao Wells documenting the installation/performance The Beneficiary's Office (2010).
A work made from found footage of Atari music videos, combined with slowed down Atari 8-bit music.
A remix of 38 people on Youtube who reenact Andy Warhol's famous eating of a hamburger.