There are people who try to make art and others that comment on what art these people have done. The commentator has other interests and different ways of expressing them than the maker of art. The art-maker expresses through the visible and tangible object, the commentator through abstract play with words and their subjective understanding of the art object. Analysing an art object with words and academic logic may start series of literature engaging whole societies of scholars who enjoy each other’s capacity for examining and describing the implications of the art object in the absence of the art object itself and its maker. There rises a whole industry of words and their interpretation, and finally the art object belongs to the commentators in the sense that they have created the base and the environment from where the art object has to be understood. Without this setting of convincing words and explaining logic the art object itself is nothing. A comment on art is thus in itself a creation of art.