Bites (2010) is a software with a custom audio mixer to adjust the duration and volume of the audio-visual record of the artist biting different food (potato chips, carrot, chocolate, apple, beef jerky, lemon, watermelon, rice krispies – a selection of natural and artificial food products). Each viewer creates an audio-visual composition which is taken over by the next viewer. The piece humorously explores remix culture, standard software and hardware interfaces that are promoted as ‘democratizing creativity’ despite the new hierarchies they form and the ever more complex relationship between immaterial production and consumption after the Internet.