quickly and easily add images and other content, and the structure of the site is designed to support unlimited growth. The site is not intended for commerceâ€”for this, there are links to the galleries that represent the artist. The website gives the artist enormous flexibility in the way content is organized. Dunham is free to create different categories and date ranges. For instance, instead of categorizing works by period, he might sort them by series or specific date. The data, though, remains fully associative, enabling the artist to easily build an intersecting web of information regardless of how he organizes the site.
The Art World and the World Wide Web. Essays, Interviews and Case Studies.