LACMA's 'Collator' Invites Art Lovers to Make Their Own Curated Book

 - Jun 11, 2018
References: & hyperallergic
'Collator' is the name of a new tool from the Hyundai Project at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) that gives art lovers the chance to make a curated book, a customized print catalog of 24 artworks.

In the same way that a curator would thoughtfully go through various art pieces for a gallery or exhibition, art lovers are able to create their own printed book with artworks from the permanent collection at LACMA. As such, there are over 1,000 artworks to choose from, with each image taking up a page of its own. Beyond being able to sift through hundreds upon hundreds of art pieces to make a unique art book of one's own, users are also able to create their own dedication and introduction to the curated book.