Click HERE to see an amazingly well-done medley of dance clips put to new music, celebrating decades of dances in the movies. From Gene to Jacko to the Jets, check out the moves, courtesy of the world's largest art and media gallery YouTube. Recycling art via video edits, and exhibiting to the world via YouTube and similar sites is a modern phenomenon. I've already featured Phillip Scott Johnson's now famous "women-in-art" blended with Yo Yo Ma's cello, (and, for film buffs, Johnson did one of the Hollywood Starlets to the same score), but I have since found many other video-morphing works of art on YouTube, including THIS ONE. Music not nearly as well integrated as the Dance Medley and Johnson's art morphing piece, but the editing is superb.