Slow, Hard and Simple is a multi-channel installation consisting of over 50 video fragments. An accumulation of 6 years of unused footage, the videos are meant to run simultaneously and in random order. The assembled videos form a semi-autobiographical archive of absurd acts and can be played in varying combinations. None are meant to be viewed as single-channel or stand-alone works.

The project was originally shown as a 5-channel installation at Silo Gallery, NYC, 2005. It has since been shown in a variety of channel combinations and configurations at The Soap Factory (Minneapolis, 2006) and the NARS Foundation (Brooklyn, 2006) among others.