We believe that context is a fundamental aspect of appreciating art and information. Knowing who made
things, when they were made, and what works or events they may be referencing, are all important pieces
of context that can be easily lost in a digital world. Accessing the context of a piece of digital
content should be as easy as accessing the content itself. We also believe that there is no reason for
the fidelity of a work to degrade over time in a digital world, which can often happen when works are
downloaded, converted, annotated/modified/synthesised, and re-uploaded. Thus we will also take the role
of curators, preventing the propagation of duplicates.