I got to thinking about what the cruciverbal equivalent of something like Arnulf Rainer would be, and what I came up with was a crossword where a single arrangement of letters can lead to two completely distinct solutions, depending on where you overlay the black squares. This turns out to be very difficult to construct - in a normal crossword, each letter is used in exactly two words, but here, most letters are used in four words (two in each solution), which makes things exponentially trickier. I tried doing a standard 15 by 15 grid, but it turned out to be a herculean task, so I shrunk it down to 8 by 8.
The result is an experimental short called Flash Short/Short Flash, which you can watch on Vimeo here. It uses precisely the same flickering pattern as Arnulf Rainer, except that it's slightly shorter because I used the equivalent of 25 frames per second instead of 24 frames per second, to make things easier. It's also silent, whereas Arnulf Rainer uses flickering sound similarly to how it uses images. The effect ends up being pretty significantly different, since the images have some content beyond just black and white - it doesn't mess with your visual perception at such a fundamental level, but hopefully the flicker alters how you perceive the patterns of letters in the grid.