Definition of remix culture Remix culture is a term employed by Lawrence Lessig and other copyright activists to describe a society which allows and encourages derivative works. It can be defined as the global activity consisting on the creative and efficient exchange of information made possible by digital technologies that is supported by the practice of cut/copy and paste.
Political Remix is the art of making do, a poached culture. It is the recontextualization of borrowed images. It is an art of quotation that anchors its images to a referent, either drawn from the fan’s meta-textual understanding of the series characters and their universe or assigned them within the construction of a new narrative. Political Remix Video is a process of Do It Yourself cultural creation by transforming mass media fragments through re-cutting, recycling and re-framing messages. It has the potential to help us imagine a better more just society and help illuminate corruption, hypocrisy and injustice in our world.
I think that the worst enemy of the remix video is copyright.