A work of art is considered successful only if it remains infinite to our understanding; ”it is perceived, felt, effective; but it cannot be really recognizes, and even less can it’s essence, its merit be expressed in words.” The work of art will always be subjective, but will always feed the need for beauty and humanity. On the contrary, if two scientists were to work on the same experiment and would end up with different results or outcomes, it could only mean that one of them is wrong. Both art and science search for novelty, which leads to development and evolution.
 Pfenninger, Karl H. The origins of creativity. Oxford: Oxford University press, 2001; p xi.