The discovery

There’s a fun­ny thing about art: Some­times it’s hard to dis­tin­guish what is art and what is not. Some peo­ple declare things to be art that are not made with an arti­fi­cial inten­tion.
That’s why some peo­ple look at old stuff just in regard to their beau­ti­ness. This can be strange to those that define objects as art just if there’s a poten­tial­ly known, real­ly exis­tent artist and not just a tech­ni­cal­ly inter­est­ed arti­fici­er.
But if you’re refer­ing to objects as aes­thet­i­cal just by the way you look at them, it’s some­times quite irri­tat­ing. And so things become objects of arti­fi­cial analy­sis that used to have a dif­fer­ent func­tion.
This seems to have hap­pend to Peter Arma­do as well:

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