Alex Plumb

b. 1991

Alex Plumb works within the lens-based discipline of constructed video. His multi-channel video practice attempts to amplify questions about the psychological interplay between the subject depicted, the site of performance, and how the work unfolds through the slow release promise of imminent rupture. By working in the space between the real and the imagined, the familiar and the unknown, an ambiguous other emerges.

Plumb has recently completed a Master of Art & Design (Visual Arts) at AUT University. 

Selected Exhibitions

Beneath your strawberry flesh, Sanderson Contemporary Art, Auckland
Below the apple tree, The Pah Homestead Gallery, Auckland

Queering Ecologies, Allpress Gallery, Auckland

AD15 Festival, St. Paul Street Gallery, Auckland
Hard Bodies, New Zealand Film Archive, Wellington
Anatomy is not destiny, Studio 

Fold outside/in, St. Paul Street Gallery, Auckland
Transforming Topographies, The 5th Auckland Triennial, Auckland Art Gallery
Future Projections, White Studios, Auckland

Should love come first, Artstation, Auckland

Glaister Ennor Graduate Award (2014) 
Wallace Excellency Award (2014) 
Wallace National Art Award (2014) 
Photolife Graphics Award (2009) 
Finalist, European League of Arts Festival (2015)