From Kelsey Ables
IF YOU ARE looking to find information about artist Hayden Dunham or her silicone artworks, you won’t find it on her website.
In lieu of a bio, CV, or other standard features of an artist’s website, you’ll find a curious assortment of objects (a cloud, a splatter of liquid, a crystal-like rock) floating around an empty grey plane. And though these forms resemble elements of her sculptures, Dunham didn’t create the site as an archive of her work.
“There is no arrival moment where my work is immediately accessible,” Dunham said, “but more so an invitation into a never ending state of becoming.”
A stark contrast to the professional, orderly pages that many artists maintain, Dunham’s website is more in line with the experience of art itself.