I'm a firm believer in The Peter Principle: "In a Hierarchy Every Employee Tends to Rise to His Level of Incompetence" (CLICK). You need look no further than the Royal Bank of Scotland to find a bunch of greedy and incompetent fat cats to prove the point. Symptomatic of this problem is a plethora of art colleges and public galleries run by people who are clueless about art, but who can give you loads of gobbledygook to hide that fact. Take the next tosh at the Camden Arts Centre, Katja Strunz: Sound of the Pregeonetric Age, from 11 December to 7 March 2010 (title link). Anyone who thinks that recycled junk is artistic has reached his or her level of incompetence. Even with free admission, it isn't worth the price.