I have been thinking about works of at that address similar material as Harris’ approach in I Love Your Work, but operate differently than Harris. The recent film Tangerine does not deal with pornography, rather with sex work, and is fictional rather than documentary. However, it does attempt to do what I think Harris wants to do with the women in I Love Your Work: give the viewer a look into the lives, concerns, victories, and perspectives of women who work in the sex industry. By casting transgender actresses in the main roles, Tangerine creates opportunity and visibility for trans-identities, and in that way, does some positive work in the real world even as a fictional film. This artwork also deals uniquely in new media: it was shot on an iPhone 5 and much of the cast was recruited from social media. Read more on that here: http://www.wired.com/2015/07/tangerine-iphone/
This might not be an apt comparison to Harris as it is a narrative film rather than an internet art installation, but thought it was worth sharing anyway, especially vis-a-vis our conversations about identity, technology, and art.