1. "Drip It" (originally recorded as "Whip It" by Devo) analyses the modernist, predominantly American, phenomenon of drip painting identified with Jackson Pollock.
It is a music clip which has been produced to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the purchase of Jackson Pollock's "Blue Poles" ("Blue poles: Number 11", 1952) by the National Gallery of Australia in 2003. I t was then the highest price paid for a modern painting, triggering a substantial amount of controversy among the Australian public, one newspaper titling: "Drunks did it!". "Drip It" also reflects on the film "Jackson Pollock" (1950/51) by Hans Namuth who filmed the famous artist during his action painting.
2. "I Shot Andy Warhol" (originally recorded as "I Love Rock'n'Roll" by The Arrows) revisits the attempted assassination of Andy Warhol by Valerie Solanas and the ideology of her S.C.U.M. (Society for Cutting -Up Men) manifesto.
3. "Children of Berlin" (originally recorded as "Sultans of Swing" by Dire Straits) is an account of the machinations of the Berlin art -world. Furthermore this clip presents a reconstruction of Walter Ruttmann's "Symphony of a City" from 1927. In the 1920s, Ruttmann was one of the first film makers who used new technologies for cutting the film just in time to make it coincide with music.
4. "Sculpture's Back in Town" (originally recorded as "The Boys are Back in Town" by Thin Lizzy) focuses on the trajectory followed by many contemporary artists in their attempts to work in three dimensions and the inclination of art institutions to champion this revival.
5. "Tracey" (originally recorded as "Roxanne" by The Police) meditates on the controversial career of British artist/celebrity Tracey Emin.