"Are we really content to let award shows, The New York Times, and the book-publishing industry act as the gatekeepers of culture? Sure, there’s plenty to admire in these institutions—except award shows, those are awful—but it’s folly to be satisfied with them, unless you believe that the world is both perfect and static.”

John Teti on the misguided calls for “legitimizing games” through traditional media.  High-res

"Are we really content to let award shows, The New York Times, and the book-publishing industry act as the gatekeepers of culture? Sure, there’s plenty to admire in these institutions—except award shows, those are awful—but it’s folly to be satisfied with them, unless you believe that the world is both perfect and static.”

John Teti on the misguided calls for “legitimizing games” through traditional media.