Practically anything can be appraised as art; it is the audience’s reaction to a particular thing that makes it so. No one can legitimately say that something is or isn’t art without turning the conversation into an argument; realistically, there’s no sense in arguing about art because there is not one true answer with which it can be defined. However, as human nature begs us to explain the inexplicable such as moths driven to fly to the flame, in an attempt to vaguely create a feeble finite formalization for art in the loosest of limitations: art is, simply, subjectivity at its finest.