Another amazing anonymous artwork in defense of Assange.
"If anonymous art, as argued above, has indeed the ability to enhance the objecthood of the artwork, then it should normally have to confront the constant reiteration of art objects, whose sociality and agency through cultural and communicative channels is already highly complex in itself, involving several personal and cultural projections. *
It is highly possible that anonymous artworks are invested with feelings, ideas, and experiences in a more random way than eponymous artworks whose provenance and itineraries are more closely recorded. An anonymous artwork is thus even more subject to affects and resonances of the individual spectator or of the collector, who is at greater liberty to situate it among personal cultural and aesthetical interlinkages."