"Science and poetry are in opposition. In science you want to say something nobody know before, in words which everyone can understand. In poetry you say something that everybody knows already in words that nobody can understand"
Andy Warhol, Quintessential art or Contemporary realism ?
Scientists need to be rigorously objective, which is why investigations are always reduced to a narrow focus.
We feel intimacy with the picture as if it somehow resides in our collective memory. Dreaming specifies the brain of those properties of external reality that are important for survival.
Can algebraic formulae tell us more than reasoning about the behaviour of complex artistic systems ?