Neural evidence does not favor the abstract. Altering and filtering the subject changes the perception in a way that pleases the mind. The mind’s eye (on the other Hand) is always awake, always watching, and always critiquing. Only when covering this “eye”, to blind one’s self to outside influences and pre-conceived assumptions about what makes something art, will you see for yourself what you are meant to see. A McQueen dress is a Lichtenstein. A Lichtenstein is a cone bra. A cone bra is a pop smash. Smashing art is what creates art. The inner workings of our mind is not subject to the sensory and personable details we instill. To me the most artistic thing I’ve witnessed is the hum escaping my mother’s lips, listening to Bon Jovi albums.
A hum becomes a song. A song becomes a message. That message becomes culture.
Revolution is here.