Repetition of Images
Repeating an image on a Web page calls attention to its status as a mechanical reproduction, and undercuts its mimesis (realism).
In the work above, Andy Warhol exploited this effect in the work above to call attention to the iconography of movie stars, and his garish colors further produce the sense of blankness in the image.
On a Web page, a similar effect is possible: one picture of a kitten can be cute, but the same picture inserted twice in the same eyespan becomes a reproduceable cluster of pixels explicitly asking for our adoration.
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