Viewers should know their role/identity at the museum and how to interact with the art. The big secret that nobody told me going into art school is that everyone is just using their imagination and rolling with it. During my first critique, I was immediately defensive because my classmates and professors were inserting their own opinions and ideas onto my work. But I realized, that’s how the entire world works and is structured. People have ideas and roll with it. That’s the beauty of art and artists, they have grand ideas about the earth, society, reality- whatever, and make something about it. Museums can be successful by dismantling the charade of high art and high society and clearly communicating to their viewers to use their imagination just as the professional art critics do. The real fun of art is the cool ideas that artists put in front of viewers through the wall text. Encouraging viewers that they have the same capabilities and imagination to understand a piece is essential. It is the museum's responsibility to communicate how to bridge the gap of understanding if their mission statement includes it.