What you see before you here, should be understood as language. However I don't expect everyone to have the same understanding of it. There is a culture of objects and how we perceive them. Since we are all different, we all understand differently.
Each piece has meaning in itself. Taken together the meaning may change - their collective becomes greater than the individual parts. Together they can be a conversation. Together they can be language.
More important is how others can develop context around these items. It is universal in the way that it knows no limit of tongue, vocabulary, grammar, or even literacy.