The Matrix for Radical Simulationists (aka How to Read The Matrix as a Cypher), film, 72 hours and 36 minutes, 2018.
The Matrix for Realists (aka Reviewing The Matrix in Terms of One Cypher), film, 50 hours and 48 minutes, 2018.
The Matrix for Realists (aka Reviewing The Matrix in Terms of One Cypher)—A Timesaving, Perception-Taxing Version, film, 138 minutes, 2018.
Vertiginous Variations on Vertigo, film, 110 minutes, 2016.
An Indefinite Visit to Hong Kong, Solaris (in collaboration with Graziella Rizkallah Toufic), video, 19 minutes, 2016.
Victoria Rizkallah; or, The Sticking Out Hair (in collaboration with Graziella Rizkallah Toufic), video, 4 minutes, 2014.
Ah Istanbul (in collaboration with Graziella Rizkallah Toufic), video, 20 minutes, 2013.
Variations on Guilt and Innocence in 39 Steps, 75 minutes, 2013.
Attempt 137 to Map the Drive (in collaboration with video maker Graziella Rizkallah Toufic), 7 minutes, 2011.
Lebanese Performance Art; Circle: Ecstatic; Class: Marginalized; Excerpt 3, 5 minutes, 2007.
Mother and Son; or, That Obscure Object of Desire (Scenes from an Anamorphic Double Feature), 41 minutes, 2006.
Special Effect Termed “Time”; or, Filming Death
at Work, 32 minutes, 2005.
Lamentations Series: The Ninth Night and Day, 60
Face, 8 minutes, 2003.
Sleep of Reason: This Blood Spilled in My Veins,
32 minutes, 2002.
This Blood Spilled in My Veins, 78 minutes, 2002.
Beirut: A Tribute to Ghassan Salhab, 15 minutes,
Included: A Video in Red and Green, 46 minutes, 1995.
The Return of the Dual-Use Memorial, 2016.
How to Read an Image/Text Past a Surpassing Disaster? 2010.
The Dual-Use Memorial, 2007.
Mother and Son: A Tribute to Alexander Sokurov, 2006.
Is Not to Say that This Is Not the Case, 2004.
Am the Martyr Comrade Jamâl Sâtî,
This Blood Spilled in My Veins, 2002.
the Unsightly to See, 2000.
Closure Artist with Bandaged Sense Organ, 1997.
Minor Art: Conceptual Posters and Book Covers
Minor Art: Conceptual Posters and Book Covers, 2000–present.
Exhibitions and Screenings