Drawing on the type four error : printing too late the right visual argument to the right problem. It is almost always better to be vaguely right than precisely wrong.
Howard Raiffa, Enigmatic error of the fourth kind, much of its distinctive quirky humor, this is not small talk.
Visual humor needs an absurd, foolish, harebrained and idiotic visual vocabulary. Positive feedback can generate inhomogeneity in a system that starts out spatially uniform. The images are necessary for understanding.
You don't see that two parts of space are connected by a riveting wormhole until you look through it.
Scratch that, the difference between a scientist and a crank is that a scientist can admit a mistake and throw away a theory. Cranky artists that defy the traditional contexts of gallery environments propose definitions for beauty through the use of enigmatic visual humor and weirdo theoretical images, not only from bad luck but also from sloppiness and error.
Drawing theory picturing human shortcomings with an absurd visual vocabulary. There's also a nice balance between seriousness and thoughtfulness and fun (the next big thing is quirky internet). Beauty, like jellyfish is an adjective used to describe anything at all.
Maybe it would be better if we worked in groups of two and a half.
Liam Gillick, One should retain simpler theories until simplicity can be traded for greater explanatory power.
But, the situation is trickier than drawing a list of aphorisms on art. We over-simplify things many times over, especially since "bad" and "serious" are subjective.