To make anything is to change perception, as every viewer arrives at an interpretation based on the accumulation of experience.
Even twins see things differently.
People are lean, mean, interpreting machines. Even more, they recreate themselves as they go along. There is no blueprint — perspective is elastic.
We create as one, we view as another. There is no formula for invention when there’s a prebuilt audience of understanding. The act of pioneering is a shrewd guess, for what comes back are numerous and diverse combinations of ideas.
There are outliers among the creators, curators, and consumers. Should one narrow down their perception to appease the other, culture would implode.
The chaos of miscellany, as in any nature, is what keeps art organic.