Amber Eve Anderson's work as a conceptual, multidisciplinary artist pairs lyrical narrative with larger notions of home, memory, and identity. She vacillates between physical and digital worlds, combining images and found objects through installation and video while using artist books to physically archive digital phenomenon. She is interested in the way one's surroundings, whether virtual, man made, or natural, come to shape one's behavior and identity. She draws attention to everyday technologies by upsetting the usual means of interaction and thereby exposing the ways technologies can influence behavior. Her work functions as a playful critique to imagine new ways of existing online.
Amber is currently a fellow at Hamiltonian Artists in Washington, DC. She received an MFA from the Mount Royal School of Art multidisciplinary program at MICA in 2016 and a BFA from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2005. In 2019 she received an Individual Artist Award in Media from the Maryland State Arts Council. She was a 2019 and 2020 Trawick Prize Semi-finalist and a 2016 Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Baker Artist Award Finalist. Her work has been featured in The Washington Post, BmoreArt Journal of Art & Ideas, Hyperallergic, and The Creator's Project. She lives in Baltimore where she works as an Administrative Coordinator in Undergraduate Studies at MICA and volunteers on the Advisory Board of the Institute of Contemporary Art.