I hope you're having a joke on us.
It may be art, in the sense that (to quote Beuys) "Everyone is an artist". But that doesn't mean that everyone is a good artist.
Sorry mate, the words you use are pretentious pseudo-art-babble. The film is o-kay but doesn't fulfil any of the criteria of modern art (before you ask... look it up) and certainly doesn't deliver what the text promises.
Doesn't hit the mark I'm afraid.
If you're into video as a medium of modern art, have a look at the work of someone like Bill Viola or Mathew Barney.
Don't let negative criticism spoil your enjoyment, but don't try to sell your stuff too high. Videomaking is a great form of art, just a bit more difficult to get right than it can appear when you're starting out. The problem is (as you'll find out) that you go and do something which you're convinced is fresh and new... only to find out that it's been done many times before, and better.
Keep going though (just keep your ego real).