VD Lives, TV Must Die was an in-progress video installation that offered the feeling of permanence and adaptation. Utilizing the five columns in the space, two giant slingshots made of rubber bands suspended two bowling balls, which faced two televisions that were held in a similar manner by cables. Their precarious balance, with both bowling balls poised to potentially destroy the monitors at which they were aimed, radiated tension in the exhibition. In the first set, the television monitor featured a gray screen, the sound of gunshots, and as a staccato voice; whereas the second displayed a sensual field of body parts that joined and separated as the video progressed. Facing its back against the windown, if the second set were activated, the television would be released out into the street.