And I was so self-righteously RIGHT, too! My righteous indignation was RIGHT. And indignant!
(I still think that once you place your art in a public space you invite comment, parody, discussion, analysis, interpretation, etc. Jimi Hendrix said he didn't really like doing albums because it codified one version of a song as the "official" version, when, in reality, he rarely played them the same way twice. So Arturo needs to be accepting of all commentary on his piece, regardless of whether that commentary is paid for, is statuary, or is in written form.)