To see a world in a grain of sand...
...and art in a pail of dirt.
That's what you do on the beanstalk: dig.
Dirt has all the requirements needed for good design: shapes; patterns; variety; eraseable; inexpensive.
Once arriving in the big city and attracting the attention of rich benefactors, dirt changes its name to art and pretends to dislike dust and the dirty hands which made it.
But in the gallery, when art is alone, it answers to the name of dirt and talks casually with its department store frame.
What is glass? Melted sand: dirt post-processed. Indexed, polished, transparent. Dirt's alpha layer.
Inside the diamond in the rough, is the diamond in the jewelry store. But inside the diamond in the jewelry store is nothing.