Fragments is a video collaboration project. Michael Chang initiated the project in 2009 when he invited fifteen artists to collaborate on three threads of video art while adhering to specific rules. Fragments had its premiere in July 2009 at the Berkeley Commonplace Community Screening Center run by Marty McCutcheon (Berkeley, US). During the event, the three threads of video were projected onto a screen composed of the white-washed fragments of broken objects. Junk! The premiere event featured music from the Californian band Slowness pre-release debut EP as well as live experimental video performances by visitors and members of the Berkeley Commonplace Community Screening Center. In April 2011, as part of a museum series focusing on collaboration, The Arnot Art Museum (Elmira, NY) hosted Fragments, as a collaborative, impermanent video installation of 31 international video artists selected by Chang and McCutcheon and Jan Kather (Elmira, US). The videos were projected on a three dimensional screen made from recycled materials from the basement of the museum. The audience was invited to create a continually morphing projection by selecting videos to simultaneously project on the screen, as well as creating live Skype interviews and live recordings with a camcorder connected to one of the projectors.