“77-year-old Japanese artist Tatsuo Horiuchi chooses to work with Microsoft Excel to produce his beautiful works of art. His “paintings” are remarkably intricate works that mimic traditional Japanese paintings that offer scenic views of natural landscapes rich with cultural motifs.” https://mymodernmet.com/tatsuo-horiuchi-excel-spreadsheet-paintings/

There are significant disagreements about how to judge the value of pieces of art and how to judge what can be learned from this. These disagreements sometimes become more acute when art makes heavy use of technology such as Horiuchi’s excel art. The value of his art is an “obvious fact” to some but not all.