Interesting perspective from Grayson Perry, who told the Arts Society Magazine…

“I think every part of life has probably got a bit of fat that needs trimming. It’s awful that the culture sector has been decimated, but I think some things needed to go. Too often, the audience for culture is just the people making it – theatres with whole audiences of actors, or exhibitions only put on to impress other curators. With Covid, it’s been like turning a computer off and on again, and seeing which files reappear. Some of them we don’t really give a damn about. What’s interesting is what might not re-emerge.”

Makes you think, doesn’t it?