Judy Anderson – Endnote 2: Thinking Home


© 2020
edition of 1
dimensions in inches: 8.75 x 6.75 x 1

About this piece:

This book is created from remnants of work created from the Worn World project. Inspired by Ai Wei Wei’s film, Human Flow, documenting the flight of more than 50 million people who have been driven from their homes, losing the comfort, security and safety we associate with home. These drawing fragments, poems and images combine to become a stand-alone piece or companion to the larger body of work. One interior page pulls out to 14  x 24 inches. Poetry by Ginny Hoyle.

This is a book created as a companion to the larger body of work Worn World, exhibited at the Arvada Museum of Art in 2020.


paper, ink, acrylic, mounting board, linen, thread

About the artist:

Lives and works in Denver, Colorado.

Judy Anderson works with a variety of materials, processes and collaborators to create editioned and one-of-a-kind sculptural books. Her work is included in collections around the world including the Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Victoria and Albert Museum, Getty Research Institute, Frankfurt Book Fair Archival Collection and universities throughout the country.


Judy Anderson – Endnote 2: Thinking Home