Through a series of Craigslist ads that include the phrase ‘free to a good home’ and the resulting email exchanges with anonymous users, this collection of objects constructs an idea of home based on the things within it. From a classic 1940s sofa to an oscillating fan, the exchanges reveal personal histories and associations, at times poetic, at times mundane.
8.5” x 11”
142 full-color pages, perfect-bound
Published March 2016
Amber Eve Anderson is a multidisciplinary artist and writer whose work combines images, objects, and language to explore themes of place and displacement. Free to a Good Home was purchased by the New York Public Library.