In the film The Pleasures of Uninhibited Excess, Mark Pauline discusses his form of artwork in which machines are built for the purpose of instilling fear in people. The machines are displayed in a show of epic proportions: destructive, noisy, and dangerous. Pauline’s show of robotics puts people inside of the show, as he has the audience watch from platforms that lower down and lunge forward. In doing so, the perspective of the audience changes and therefore their experience changes. This notion of transforming the perspective relates to the transformative nature of remix work. Remix is defined by its shift in meanings. Just as clips from a television show can be transformed to fit the style of a movie trailer, this physical art of machinery is just as transformative. At first glance the work is very objective, but as the audience is forced to view it from different angles, the work becomes subjective by altering their experience.