The Anonymous Creator

norton simon footlights shiva anonymous artistIf you’ve ever walked through a museum like LACMA or the Norton Simon, it’s likely you’ve run into art objects from antiquity.  These objects are not signed.  There’s no clue as to the artisan’s name.  They are of anonymous origin.

And yet the objects are undeniably true works of art, representing aesthetic sensibilities and skills requiring years to develop.

I was reminded of this anonymous creativity when I saw the recent paper confirming the existence of gravity waves.  The actual 16-page paper of the observational results was published in Physical Review Letters, the most prestigious of all physics journals in the United States.  The paper describes signals detected to a precision of 1 part in 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (which is like measuring the age of the universe to within half of a thousandth of a second) resulting from two objects, each roughly 30 times the size of the sun, moving at relative velocities of half the speed of light.  (I’ll wait while you attempt to absorb that picture – because I sure can’t.)  It’s a monumental piece of science and will likely be one of the most cited experimental papers in cosmology for years to come.  Fact is, it’s a work of a lifetime and probably the most important paper any of the authors will ever publish (especially for the three who are deceased).  Yet this is how the authors are listed on the first page:

anonymous scientists gravity waves einstein phyiscal review lettersDo you see it?

B.P Abbott et al.*

That  is all there is to the front page author list.  And the asterisk guides the reader to the end of the paper where there is an alphabetical list of the 1015 contributors to this mind-boggling experiment.*

anonymous box in government warehouseLucky B.P. Abbot.  He beat out second author, R. Abbot, by a mere 17 character places.  Even the three scientists who are most closely identified with the project, the co-founders of the experimental facility which measured the waves, Rainer Weiss, Kip Thorne, and Ronald Drever, are buried deep in the alphabetical mix in much the same way as the Ark of the Covenant is buried in a government warehouse somewhere in Washington, DC.  Or Omaha.

That’s pretty close to anonymous creativity.  But there are techies out there who are even more anonymous and unsung.  Like whoever figured out how to build the Giza pyramids (and to such tight tolerances).  And whoever figured out the axle-and-wheel system – an innovation so revolutionary that metallurgical and agricultural technologies were developed before it.

In today’s society, however, naming is akin to marketing.  It is therefore vitally important to assign names to creations.   A name puts a face on a corporation, anthropomorphizing the entity.   As a result, people develop cultish feelings of loyalty about SpaceX over NASA (thinking of Elon Musk), Apple over Google (thinking of Steve Jobs), and Disney over Paramount (thinking of… well…).

Naming is also branding.  A Steven Spielberg Film is very different than a Stanley Kubrick Film and we have a sense of what to expect before we even step into the movie house.  Some actors can “open” a film.  Their participation in a project can guarantee an audience which, in turn, alleviates funding risks and allows the project to actually happen.  The audience is guaranteed because the actors are known with a built-in fan base.  When you are in front of the camera, it’s easier to be a known brand.

The anonymous creator has no brand.  Except for Banksy – where being anonymous becomes the brand.

But branding can also be a form of intimidation.  For example, in scientific peer-reviews, only the reviewers are anonymous; the paper’s authors are known.  And when the paper’s author is a well-respected, lauded scientist, it’s a bit more daunting to criticize or reject that paper compared to one written by a young postdoc.

What’s in a name?  If the name is Shakespeare, quite a bit. Just try to criticize his work in erudite company without looking uneducated.  On the flip side, without name branding, classics can become less classic.  In 1982, Chuck Ross famously found that when he sent the script of the film Casablanca around to agents – minus the original title and authors – nearly half of those who read it (41 out of 85) rejected it for reasons of quality.  So, if it were Ben Johnson who had written Titus Andronicus, would we be seeing productions of it today?

Paradoxically, the more good work a known creator has produced, the more bad work they can get away with.  When creators are forced to be anonymous, we are left to judge the work based on its inherent merits alone.

Assuming that artists get compensated for their work, is their name an important part of the creation?  Can their anonymous creation stand alone?  Economics aside, is the placement of the name on the art for the audience’s elucidation – or the artist’s ego?

Perhaps it’s strange for a theater program website to contain a piece questioning the need to identify creators.  After all, the program’s reason for existence is to credit the theater creators.

And perhaps it’s even stranger to attach my name to such a piece.


*Here is the full list of the 1015 humans who directly contributed to the first detection of gravity waves (in alphabetical order):

B.P. Abbott, R. Abbott, T.D. Abbott, M.R. Abernathy, F. Acernese, K. Ackley, C. Adams, T. Adams, P. Addesso, R.X. Adhikari, V.B. Adya, C. Affeldt, M. Agathos, K. Agatsuma, N. Aggarwal, O.D. Aguiar, L. Aiello, A. Ain, P. Ajith, B. Allen, A. Allocca, P.A. Altin, S.B. Anderson, W.G. Anderson, K. Arai, M.A. Arain, M.C. Araya, C.C. Arceneaux, J.S. Areeda, N. Arnaud, K.G. Arun, S. Ascenzi, G. Ashton, M. Ast, S.M. Aston, P. Astone, P. Aufmuth, C. Aulbert, S. Babak, P. Bacon, M.K.M. Bader, P.T. Baker, F. Baldaccini, G. Ballardin, S.W. Ballmer, J.C. Barayoga, S.E. Barclay, B.C. Barish, D. Barker, F. Barone, B. Barr, L. Barsotti, M. Barsuglia, D. Barta, J. Bartlett, M.A. Barton, I. Bartos, R. Bassiri, A. Basti, J.C. Batch, C. Baune, V. Bavigadda, M. Bazzan, B. Behnke, M. Bejger, C. Belczynski, A.S. Bell, C.J. Bell, B.K. Berger, J. Bergman, G. Bergmann, C.P.L. Berry, D. Bersanetti, A. Bertolini, J. Betzwieser, S. Bhagwat, R. Bhandare, I.A. Bilenko, G. Billingsley, J. Birch, R. Birney, O. Birnholtz, S. Biscans, A. Bisht, M. Bitossi, C. Biwer, M.A. Bizouard, J.K. Blackburn, C.D. Blair, D.G. Blair, R.M. Blair, S. Bloemen, O. Bock, T.P. Bodiya, M. Boer, G. Bogaert, C. Bogan, A. Bohe, P. Bojtos, C. Bond, F. Bondu, R. Bonnand, B.A. Boom, R. Bork, V. Boschi, S. Bose, Y. Bouffanais, A. Bozzi, C. Bradaschia, P.R. Brady, V.B. Braginsky, M. Branchesi, J.E. Brau, T. Briant, A. Brillet, M. Brinkmann, V. Brisson, P. Brockill, A.F. Brooks, D.A. Brown, D.D. Brown, N.M. Brown, C.C. Buchanan, A. Buikema, T. Bulik, H.J. Bulten, A. Buonanno, D. Buskulic, C. Buy, R.L. Byer, M. Cabero, L. Cadonati, G. Cagnoli, C. Cahillane, J. Calderón Bustillo, T. Callister, E. Calloni, J.B. Camp, K.C. Cannon, J. Cao, C.D. Capano, E. Capocasa, F. Carbognani, S. Caride, J. Casanueva Diaz, C. Casentini, S. Caudill, M. Cavaglià, F. Cavalier, R. Cavalieri, G. Cella, C.B. Cepeda, L. Cerboni Baiardi, G. Cerretani, E. Cesarini, R. Chakraborty, T. Chalermsongsak, S.J. Chamberlin, M. Chan, S. Chao, P. Charlton, E. 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About Kevin Delin

Kevin Delin is a Los Angeles-based writer and scientist. He has 4 degrees from MIT, including a PhD in physics, and co-authored Foundations of Applied Superconductivity, a popular internationally-used textbook on superconductivity. While at MIT, he also took writing courses from author Frank Conroy, poet Stephen Tapscott, and playwright A.R. Gurney, the latter becoming a life-long mentor. After a post-graduate stretch in Silicon Valley, he worked at NASA where he invented and patented the Sensor Web, a unique wireless sensor system suitable for Mars (and Earth). Kevin is also a member of the Antaeus Theatre Company Playwrights Lab. His numerous pieces on art and society have bylines in American Theatre, LA Weekly, Script Magazine, Footlights, and Stage Raw. His adventures include deploying his technology with firefighters in first response operations, inventing the future with venture capitalists in Silicon Valley, and solving national security issues with generals inside the Pentagon. He’s the recipient of the prestigious NASA Exceptional Achievement Medal and, drawing from his extensive tech background, professionally advises storytellers who want to ground their work in science. He tweets at @kdelin and his stage plays can be found on the New Play Exchange. His other writings are at

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