To gain further insight into how shared experiences emerge from communal spaces, such as public land and internet forums, Anthony works directly with the objects and media in public space through street and studio art. With a focus on public installation and found-object painting, his work attempts to manipulate the chain reaction of associations conjured by objects and images in public space. Questions about shared histories, and the similarities between mythology and everyday life, are recurrent themes in his work. He received his BFA from the University of Minnesota Duluth in 2019 and is currently a MFA Fine Arts candidate at the School of Visual Arts in New York; where he currently works and lives. He is represented by Top Down Gallery in Chicago, IL.