In other words, they're thinking about this event in terms of media, and it's no coincidence that the most obvious photographs here are of a clutch of TV microphones, and a group of news cameramen. Otherwise, Källström and Fäldt (who have credited themselves as KK + TF) appear to reveal very little, using only the smallest phenomena as material for their photographs. Take the image of a stick of butter, or the grill in the house's yard. What's the meaning of that stick of butter? Nothing in particular, except that, by its roundabout association with the Assange trial, the "main event" at hand, it takes on some new value. That's no regular barbecue you're looking at, but you don't need me to tell you that--you already know it because of the context created by the other photographs. Knowing it's in the backyard of Assange's temporary home, it looks a little sinister to me, and maybe you'll find something different in it. Either way, as a direct result of the Assange trial, you won't be able to look at the same way. Beyond the relative beauty of their work, I think this is what Källström and Fäldt are trying to make you consider.