How can there be an understanding of what is being done as it’s being done? The firsthand observation of process and an internal awareness of measured expectation is a notoriously different experience from an overlaying subjective meaning onto a finished work. Significance is given by each viewer by choice, not by the pronouncements of the maker. We are simply unable to make reasoned judgments regarding what is being done. What appears to be good while we are in the throes of process is often later reevaluated as mundane and pandering to the safety of the crowd, while similarly its the work that frustrates, forces decisions, and begs questions that in turn arouses interest when presented.