It was cool that pretty early in the reading Ascott states that “interactive art must free itself from the modernist ideal of the ‘perfect object'”. It sounds like thats something that he thought all his life and applies to all forms of art in todays world. Technology has evolved a ton since the the invention of the wheel and the discovery of fire, but the concept of art has stayed roughly the same it sounds like ass thinks. I think its super cool when he said that the process is more important than the final form. Just like how Goku from Dragon Ball Z always some how achieves a higher form, whats important is how he got there. art itself is never complete. there will always be more, and with the inclusion of technology in art it only makes it that much broader.