Anne's installation art has roots in her work as a high school set designer in the rich white ghetto of suburban Connecticut and perhaps going further back to the giant doughnut atop the doughnut shop, the huge wooden chair outside the furniture store and the water steps of Forest Lawn cemetery in Hollywood Hills. She has been using found objects dating back to the floppy disc and the wall phone in her movies, constructions and environments. The protagonists of her work are likely to have come from the side of the road (Pal) or the flea market (Swan’s Painting). She is known for her affectionate and respectful animation of inanimate objects. The deeply personal combination of playfulness and shadow reveals her commitment to the exploration and exposure of the inner life.