One of the most intriguing questions a creative person faces is that of the genius work. What are the traits that define genius? Is genius something good?
If you read my manifesto, you will notice genius is not always a source of happiness, it can be also a source of misunderstanding or incomprehension.
For the genius person, the rules that impose a common language of communication between creator and receptor not always work effectively. There are many examples of this. I can remember now the psychoanalysis of Lacan or the narrative of James Joyce. Lacan, in his famous seminar Encore... admits he is illegible, so don´t worry if you don´t understand him, and about James Joyce, this is what Wolfgang Iser wrote about him:
Communication depends upon connections, and the repertoire of Ulysses is confusing precisely because we cannot establish reliable connections between the diverse elements. Furthermore, although each chapter, through its individual style, seems to offer its own possibilities of connection, the inmediate change of style in each subsequent chapter automatically undermines those possibilities.
Does this mean a diminishment of its value? I would say it doesn´t.