Born 1982, Los Angeles. Lives and works in New York City.
A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing, Chapter NY, New York
Sam Anderson: The Great Assumption, JOAN, Los Angeles
Sam Anderson: Big Bird, Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne
Sam Anderson: The Park, SculptureCenter, New York
The Lonely Bull, Rowhouse Project, Baltimore
Objects Like Us, The Aldrich Contemporary Museum of Art, Ridgefield, US
Nothing Will Be As Before, Tanya Leighton, Berlin
A Show Yet to be Titled, 83 Pitt Street Gallery, New York
Sechs Richtige, Fürstlich Fürstenbergische Sammlungen, Donaueschingen, Germany
ICHTS, Dortmunder Kunstverein, Dortmund
Daydream from 2013, CANADA, New York
Endless Love follows Anderson’s mother to New Zealand, where she was filming a horror movie, and West Virginia, where she had a log cabin built on land inherited from her mother and father. These scenes of ostensible documentary are interrupted by clips from a 1979 Western that Anderson's mother starred in, as well as stock footage. Throughout the video, Anderson's mother reads a monologue of musings compiled by the artist, which include conversations with taxi drivers, as well as fragments from the play “A Long Day's Journey Into Night” by Eugene O'Neill – chosen almost at random as an example of 20th century writing that confuses familiar emotional colloquialisms with deep meaning.