Home on the Range is inspired by the content, humor, and subversion of Alison Pebworth's drawings of the American West through a compilation of video song covers of Brewster M. Higley's 1870's poem "Home on the Range." These include the James Richards 1939 Florida State Prison recording cut to the expansion of the west and decimation of the Buffalo; Vernon Dalhart's original 1927 recording cut to faux Indian Sign Language; Gene Autry's 1943 recording cut to TV depictions of Cowboys & Indians in suburbia; and Neil Young's recording cut to TV speeches and coverage of A.I.M. during the 1970's.
Home on the Range plays on a 1957 Durant TV Console and the video rolls vertically intermittently. It debuted in Other Possibilities a solo exhibition Alison Pebworth's drawings at Michael Rosenthal Gallery April 2010.