Waxoil wants pixels to be happy, wants investigating why ladybugs are cute and arithmetic mean quite often meaningless.
Where the pixel does not work with the foolish neuron, there is no art. No matter what one does in life, it is guaranteed to be wrong in someone's eyes. Pictures talk in the internet, humans make mistakes. Life without art is an octopus without a mermaid; it's all subjective.
Human figure with grey matter is a brain. Making graphic art like a duck to water because images on computers are strange humorless things. And if research isn't read, it doesn't exist.
Return to the practice of older days when practice of visual arts was not yet divorced from modern theories of aesthetics.
W.J.T. Mitchell, Picture Theory, p.377
Mathematical models describe an existing system by a set of figure models. Each and every pixel, no matter how small, is a possible piece of art.
A simple linear narrative describing the development of this site no longer seemed to hold water because any thing we make is expected sinking quickly like a stone thrown into a quiet pond. Who done it?