The national security sublime : on the aesthetics of government secrecy /
Why do recent depictions of government secrecy and surveillance so often use images suggesting massive size and scale such as gigantic warehouses, remote black sites and numberless security cameras? Drawing on post-War American art, film, television and fiction, Matthew Potolsky argues that the aest...
New York :
|Series:||Routledge studies in espionage and culture.
Table of Contents:
- Defining the national security sublime
- Toward an aesthetics of government secrecy
- The genesis and structure of the national security sublime
- The sublime under the War on Terror
- The secret without a subject.