Born and raised in Nebraska, Amber Eve Anderson spent a decade relocating to South America, the Middle East, and North Africa with the State Department. Her conceptual, multidisciplinary work is rooted in the experience of displacement and how it relates to the idea of home and the use of everyday technologies. She is the founder of Ctrl+P, a growing curatorial and publishing project dedicated to preserving poetic interventions in the digital realm. Her first self-published book, Free to a Good Home, was purchased by the New York Public Library and is sold at Printed Matter. Her work has been exhibited in group shows throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Finland, Morocco, and Peru. In 2016 she was a Baker Artist Award Finalist. She currently lives and works in Baltimore where she is a regularly contributing writer at BmoreArt and serves on the Advisory Board of the Institute of Contemporary Art.