Fugitive Immensity: Sensations of Sublimity through Quotidian Car Travel
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Through exegetical enquiry and studio-based investigation, this research attempts to formulate the experience of “quotidian-sublimity” and consider how it can arise during everyday car travel. Building on existing theories of sublimity and mobility, the quotidian-sublime is conceptualised as a sensation of immensity so great that it suggests infinity, catalysed by the boundlessness of daydream and emerging through the intersections of travelling body and landscape. An expanded photographic practice is employed in seeking quotidian-sublimity through art.
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