Interessting, but not even surprising. I always thought that serialism etc. is nonsense. It has no artistic expression.I would like to introduce you to an exciting experiment that I discovered.
It's about the Dutch composer Alexander Comitas. He wanted to test whether the modern atonal art music, which is usually promoted nowadays, can be distinguished from hitting random keys on the piano.
For this purpose he "composed" a piece called "Bubbles" by letting his young children, who had no musical education, play random notes on the keyboard. In the end, the children only divided the notes among the instruments. However, the composer did not tell anyone how the piece was made.
And indeed: Alexander Comitas received a grant of 3000 € for this composition! The jury, which consisted of a composer, a musicologist and a conductor, found the piece to be of high quality and even better than the previous (mostly tonal) compositions by Comitas.
But for some people the purpose of art is just to be able to show off intellect. And art that nobody understands is maybe even better for this purpose. An owner of modern art must have a modern and great mind, doesn't he?
Maybe I should try it to produce modern art too as a cheap way to make money. But you probably need a name fist. It only has value if the artist has a high reputation.