“What cannot be said must be kept silent. But what cannot be said can also be kept silent through a display of images.” – Baudrillard (1929 – 2007)
We live in an era where everything can be copied and pasted in many different forms. There is constant shift in culture, something which Derrida refers to as displacement.
Copypasteculture displays a selection of images by curating the Web and giving a platform to talented people. The images are not always in focus, are not always new and are free of contemporary preference. Nevertheless, with the collected fractions of our visual culture which we display, we create a new language; the myth of copypasteculture.
As said, copypasteculture curates the Web’s interesting work. This means that copyright rests with the original publishers, authors, artists or photographers. We do our very best to give proper credit where we can. If we messed up, please contact us.