From the point of trivial knowledge, not every exhibition is capable of producing a statement that will be able to answer the question What is going on here? Or, in order to seem a little more sympathetic to the attentive viewer: not every exhibition is capable of producing a statement that will prove capable of answering a question once posed.
What kind of questions do exhibitions pose?
Who needs answers to these questions?
What will those answers be, if they are given and received by anyone? Finally: WHO IS GIVING THE ANSWERS?
Examples of everyday life often demonstrate the utter impossibility of accomplishing basic logical tasks. From this we must necessarily conclude the importance of being gracious to our difficulties in managing the world.
Under given conditions, the point of trivial knowledge may become the point of departure for the stirring adventures of the heart.