"A Chinese masterpiece never remains the same in itself. The more it is admired, the more its appearance changes... The work itself is subject to continual change and permanent transcription. It is not static. Rather, it is fluid...
The work empties itself out to become a generative, communicative locus of inscriptions. The more famous a work is, the more inscriptions it has."
-- Byung-Chul Han
An abstract painting represents direct manifestation of creative thought processes as they might appear in computer designs