One notable statistic to describe the last decade is this: there are more curators than ever before. The number of graduate programmes increased tenfold over the last decade, churning out eager, highly-qualified curators despite the field’s minuscule overall growth. The Internet scaled into a chaotic web during the same period, and curating entered the popular imagination as a self-appointed term for high-functioning OCD that offers VIP access to the good stuff. For a moment, everything was curated. They are middlemen,…
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