I came across an art installation in Brno, Czech Republic in the summer of 2008 (sorry, but I forget the name of the gallery). Part of the installation was a simple television embedded in a wall. On that screen, videos would play on a loop for about 15-30 seconds each. I photographed frames from two of them and set them to music.
I find their anti-American sentiment to be very interesting. The pieces were presented at a time when America was unpopular abroad, particularly because of the Iraq War, but also, as one work points out, as a result of the US’s role in globalization and rampant consumerism. Perhaps coincidentally, at the time these videos were presented, around two-thirds of the Czech people stood opposed to a US missile-defense radar base being placed inside their country, a base ratified by parliament and signed by a visiting Sec. Condoleezza Rice several days earlier.