Anonymous / Graffiti

After working out some kinks, I made my way around Kent to get these shots.

I particularly like the first piece, Anonymous (2). The word plays off a point found in the sculpture: that in two minds connecting there is a certain anonymity, a blending of personhood to the point of obscuring individuality and that to match minds we sometimes give up a part of ourselves.

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