When I enjoy any piece of art (painting, song, and so on), I've the impression of getting different perception due to the environment where I'm "consuming" it. It seems that lights, rooms, and many others aspects will affect the way I got it. On music this is very noticeable (different speakers, different rooms).
I don't talk about emotions: but what I perceive (brain task).
Does this means that art is simply an abstract thing that we "shape" on every "use" (so a painstakingly review will change everything's existence) or its somethings concrete and we just look at it with infinite shades, compensating to them and retrieving the same messages? (so existence is consistency; the artist make something concrete).
I'm really bubbling over this these days. Any clues? Is there some worth reading about this subject?