I think you mastered the art of sublime
Alan Scott’s review of The Art of the Ridiculous Sublime: On David Lynchs Lost Highway
J. Cole - Photograph (Lyrics)
i think you mastered the art of sublime
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The Kantian sublime exists as topic, ghost, or foil in many current critical texts about art. Immanuel Kant lays the foundation for a mode of thought that yields two centuries of critique. A close read of the text dispels the notion of a pure formalism; even within the Kantian realm, the concepts of beauty and the sublime originate with sensory experience but ultimately assert the triumph of the human capacity to reason. The sublime is thus experienced externally, a force from the outside. A confrontation with immensity, greatness or vastness causes such terror. While the beautiful is of human scale, and the viewer can perceive it in its totality, the sublime is something out of human scale; it is impossible both to perceive and understand.
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