Metahaven's work spans art, filmmaking, writing and design to provoke new imaginaries that are equally bound to poetics, aesthetics, and politics. Moving image work includes Home (2014), and Interference (2015), both with musician, composer and artist Holly Herndon. Metahaven's full-length documentary, The Sprawl (Propaganda about Propaganda), premiered at the International Film Festival Rotterdam in 2016. Its successor, a short film titled Information Skies, was shot and edited in 2016 and was nominated for the 2017 European Film Awards. The short film Hometown, a successor to Information Skies, was shot in Beirut and Kyiv in 2017.