With her new album being titled "ArtPop" then the marketing planets aligned and it went into motion. The installation was a mixture of photography and looping videos put up in rooms throughout the Louvre, and all of the pieces mimicked a piece of artwork that was either nearby or normally seen in the same area.
A few of these videos were hung in the same room as the Mona Lisa. I have no idea if mine was one of the lucky few, but the possibility of it and my artwork being in the Louvre at all is pretty incredibly awesome for a country kid from Missouri. I've had video work in the MET in New York as a VFX artist, but this is the pinnacle of art museums in my humble opinion.
I think in total there were around 23 video pieces installed throughout the museum and I am pretty sure there were a couple other John the Baptist segments. I wished I could have managed a trip over there to see my work hung up in the vicinity of half of my art history book, but c'est la vie.