In the random lottery of life, you won the following problem : ask the Sphinx.
There are just a couple of holes in the story.
The simple fact is mapping the picture has done nothing and is borne out of a reductionist approach to art as science. The idea is that if you understand the smallest constituent part, then you can understand the system. This might work for understanding a simple system, but genes, our brains, the arts, they're all complex. As with earlier elixirs, a dearth of evidence underlies such claims.
Hard-edge art is better made from copper plates than aluminium plates.
Take an old and predictable visual composition and allow it to produce new and unpredictable connections.
Art is life; time is of the essence.