Amir Baradaran's augmented reality installations are an example of digital art that uses pre-existing art to make artistic and cultural statements.  In Frenchising Mona Lisa a live stream of a French flag being wrapped around the Mona Lisa is augmented through a mobile application.  The artists claims "it was a comment on the social context at the time" as France's prime minister Sarkozy had just banned the wearing of Muslim headscarves in public. The artist also created an original work entitled Takeoff  where he aims to expose the evolution of the traditional art spaces ex. paintings and sculptures. Through an iPhone application, MOMA museum-goers could watch an augmented video of the artist taking flight in a directors chair within a specific location in the museum.