Momo and Francis Alys

Above is a video by a graffiti artist named Momo about writing a  tag the width of  Manhattan by dripping paint from a can attached to the back of his bike. The tag was done in2006 but went unnoticed for several years and has recently been featured in this piece in the NY Times.

The video below is called The Leak and was made by Francis Alys in Paris in 2006. This video and others by Francis Alys are available to view or download and share under a creative commons license from his website

“These videos can be downloaded and shared with others as long as the authorship is credited and there is a link back to the website of the author. These videos cannot be altered in any way or used for commercial purpose.”

Who You Are

Who You Are was a performance by Chris Goode which took place inside Mirislov Balka’s installation How It Is in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern. The piece uses spoken word and recroded sounds and can be downloaded as a podcast.

Here is a direct link to the

1. mp3     

Chris Goode will be performing in The Author at the Project Arts Centre during the Dublin Theatre Festival. His Blog can be found here.

Francis Alys Videos Online

Francis Alys has made many of his videos available online through his website. Most of the videos have been made public domain through creative commons licensing and can be downloaded while a small number are only available to be watched online.

image: still from Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing, Mexico City, 1997, 4:59min