Theory developed by Edmund Burke in the mid eighteenth century, where he defined sublime art as art that refers to a greatness beyond all possibility of calculation, measurement or imitation.

The digital sublime or cyber sublime or algorithmic sublime is the mythologization of the impact of computers and cyberspace on human experiences of time, space and power.[1][2] It is a philosophical conception of the awe, the astonishment, the rationality-subsuming glory and of the generally intense spiritual experience that captivate the collective conscience with the emergence of these new technologies and the promises and predictions that flow from it

The Disembodied Sublime: Are You Really Who You Think You Are?

The Sublime 3.0: Fear & Awe is featured in The Wrong Biennale, pavilion 37, where we showcase how New [...]

The Anxiety and Action of the Contemporary Natural Sublime

The Sublime 3.0: Fear & Awe is featured in The Wrong Biennale, pavilion 37, where we showcase how New [...]

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