This call back to realism and the genuine can be felt in modern times throughout all forms of art and space. Movies portray more realistic dialogue and trope characters are looked down upon. True crime is the biggest category of podcasts. Magazines are pushing to include all types of people, and photoshopping out wrinkles or stretch marks is widely criticised. Contemporary offices take an open concept, CEOs are no longer closed off from their employees. Churches are catering to the everyday person: playing more contemporary music, being transparent with money, and speaking in plain terms. Teachers are no longer the center of the class, instead, the student. In visual art, movements like social practice, ephemeralism, relational aesthetics, slow art, etc. have gone against the institution. More and more young artists are creating accessible works through textiles or digital mediums. Does that mean that the more traditional artists making formal or abstracted pieces for the white walls of the museum should be forgotten as a thing of the past? No, this art can and should still exist and be enjoyed as intended, but museums need to work on a better way to bridge the gap of understanding.