Pronounced "drupal-art", noun referring to Drupal code that is both beautiful and artistic.
We previously explored the idea that software is art, one of many creative disciplines. We examined art through the eyes of both the layman and the artisan, and meandered from traditional art to software art. We looked at pseudo code and glanced at PHP. I looked for beautiful code in Drupal core and concluded that Drupal's beauty is not in its code, but in its API's.
Without the relation the artist has with art (the time and attention that goes into the work), or without the relation the art lover has with art (the time viewing, collecting and enjoying the work), art would be nothing more than an object of clay, canvas, or cloth. We find value in objects, but appreciate beauty through connections.
I find the deepest beauty in relational art; paintings and sculptures that embed relations within the art object itself, mostly those that depict people in loving relationships with each other. Renoir’s Luncheon of the Boating Party is a great example, showing multiple interactions of people, pet, food, and drink.