Interpretations of Guernica vary widely and contradict one another. This extends, for example, to the mural's two dominant elements: the bull and the horse. Art historian Patricia Failing said, "The bull and the horse are important characters in Spanish culture. Picasso himself certainly used these characters to play many different roles over time. This has made the task of interpreting the specific meaning of the bull and the horse very tough. Their relationship is a kind of ballet that was conceived in a variety of ways throughout Picasso's career."
Regarding “from afar”‘s comment.
All art is constructed on the shoulders of those who have come before. If this artist chooses to reinterpret this work into a 3-D sculptural format via digitalization then it has accomplished at least two changes to the work, and art is nothing if not change.
Picasso said something like (paraphrase)that any work of art dies once it is completed, and the museum is essentially a mausoleum.
No offense intended , but your objection should be hung next to the flatwork as both are equally dead.