For those with an interest in expressing the truth through art, inspiration can be found here:
John Pham's Substitute Life
Me, I'm often of the mind, truth is not beauty, beauty not truth; art as expression, aesthetic experience, entertainment, or decoration is independent of what actually is and any abstract truths pertinent to reality. Absurdism captures the human condition only incidentally, so far as I am concerned. Some of the best work in the genre is not developed unto a theme, but aims only at offering itself to whatever audience there may be. It does not set out to make a grand statement, however many we might find in it. Those discoveries say as much about us as they do about their creators and the art which we delve in to.
But there are many approaches to and understandings of whatever art might be. For expressive work of the highest calibre, complete with something akin to a story, I suggest the above linked material. Illustrating feeling, focusing on what is mistakenly called the inner world, approaching the universal through the individual and the truth through fiction: this is a tack I may one day avail myself of should I tire of the capricious aesthetic I have set for myself. In the meantime, I'll simply appreciate the method as practiced by others.