His video project, Mapping the Studio I (Fat Chance John Cage) (2001) is composed of four videos which show his studio in his absence, the result of situating an infrared camera and leaving it on. The result has been called "immersive surveillance" and one thing surveilled was his cat, and the mice and moths the cat hunted, in the artist's studio.
Here is a shot:
In 2002 his agent sold the videos, separately, to various museums, and The Tate paid 1.2 million for their version.
No scholars were harmed in the drafting of this post, but I am indebted to www.southwillard.com, and the book, The studio reader: on the space of artists (2010) by Mary Jane Jacob and Michelle Grabner.