As We, Zarathustra the Cat showed previously, Internet cats have wave–particle duality, they spread like tsunami and according to Heisenberg uncertainty principle for particles, the can occupy different positions in space at the same time.
Other interesting quality of Internet cats are their similarity to recursive functions: they always refer to themselves as they are ceiling and basemet of the Internet in the same time:
Leonardo painted Mona Lisa, then Marcel Duchamp drew moustache on her face, then We duchampized her with Our own personality, then We duchampized Duchamp with Our own personality, then Grumpy Cat, with the help of anonimous user, duchampized Us, then, We duchapzied her duchampization of Us. Duchamp
Du champ des champs des champs des champs des champs… we can make it infinitely, so many Anonimous users with computers and cats are hiding in the net:
As noticed Alison Shaw, curator of Animal / Advance exhibition at South African GFI Art Gallery “cat ‘memes’ on the internet demonstrate what animals represent for The Anonymous internet culture that opposes elitism and restriction”. Guy Fawkes smiling moustached mask fits perfectly to the smiling moustached cat face as well as to the smiling moustached face of Mona Lisa by Duchamp. That is recursive history of art!
In spite of struggle with elitism, We feel Ouselves an elite at the wall of the GFI Art Gallery:
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat.