In this body of work, my aim is to draw attention to the forms found in landscapes and spaces that create momentary pauses which are meditative. Our contemporary sublime is terrifying without the contemporary beholder being afraid of it, especially the technological sublime. Thus, we live in a society where information is assessed very fast, encouraging us to spend more time with our screens and less time is paid to objects in our own surroundings. With regards to the issue of contemporary sublime, these paintings function in between the physical and nonphysical, presentness and presence in relation to the viewer. In breaking this barrier, I persuade the viewers to slow down and contemplate glimmers of calm within the use of chaotic, fluid communication which are purely formal, intertextual, and intercoporeal.