Sam Gordon describes his video work as "an ongoing, unfolding, never ending thing ..." No hyperbole here: The Lost Kinetic World is a 24 hour-long document of the contemporary art world, a mashup of grainy, low-fi video clips captured with a pocket-sized digital camera. While Gordon considers his project to be deliberately anti-narrative, patterns nevertheless emerge in this Joycean epic, wherein the spliced footage forms a "polymorphous taxonomy of anything that moves" -- namely, denizens of the New York art world (though Miami, Los Angeles and San Francisco do make cameo appearances). Fittingly enough, The Lost Kinetic World is an open edition, a readymade installation loaded onto an iPod or shipped as a custom boxed set whose DVD cover is a simple list of names -- a cast of characters whose ranks will continue to grow as Gordon edits the next 24 hours' worth of footage. The Lost Kinetic World was recently featured as part of "Liberation Upon Contact," a group exhibition at Ratio 3 Gallery in San Francisco. Beginning today, it will screen at the Aspen Art Museum through June 7th.