In March, Gabriella Coleman gave a talk at the UCL Centre for Digital Anthropology drawing on her research with the activist (non)collective Anonymous. Her talk, entitled Anonymous and the Craftiness of Craft and the Trickiness of Trickery, linked Anonymous activists to the anthropological archetype of the trickster, and developed the
An interesting review of the Guy Fawkes mask in popular culture by blog contributor and MIT graduate student Molly Sauter: http://hilobrow.com/2012/04/30/mask/
Alan Moore, the author of V for Vendetta on how his creation has become an inspiration and identity to Anonymous. And check out Gabriella Coleman’s latest piece about Anonymous, Our Weirdness is Free.