Silo 6 • 31 May - 19 June
10.30 - 4.30 daily
Alex's multi-channel video practice attempts to amplify questions about the psychological interplay between the subject, the viewer, and the site of performance. By working in the space between the real and the imagined; the familiar and the unknown, an ambiguous other emerges. It’s this sense of otherness that the works hinge on –continuously forming and collapsing in space. This ongoing motion allows Alex to convey a rich and heightened every day world that is continuously shifting between the real and the imaginary depths of our subconscious mind and the desires that shape us.
Alex Plumb graduated with a Master of Art & Design in 2014 from AUT University. His work is held in collections including The James Wallace Arts Trust.