Colleen Plumb



     Animals Are Outside Today

    Towards the Sky Again

    How the Sky and Water Attach
       at the End of the Sea

    Crows Live in Street Trees


video installation  
Thirty Times a Minute

     Path Infinitum



book + limited editions

cv / bio





Tong Thai (Amsterdam, Netherlands) at Le Corbusier’s Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 2019



Forthcoming book, Thirty Times a Minute, published by Radius Books:


Exhibition: McMaster Museum of Art, Hamilton, Ontario:


Public video projection of Thirty Times a Minute, with the Nonhuman Rights Project, in Worcester, Massachusetts: February 2, 2019. Rally to protest Commerford Elephants with


Radio Interview:
Live, on Wednesday, December 5, 9:10 am CST on NPR program in Tampa: "Talking Animals with Duncan Strauss"


Art Miami 2018, with McCormick Gallery, Booth 312, December 4-9, 2018


RomanSusan and Ralph Arnold Gallery winter exhibition One Thing Leads to Another, December-Jan 2018 with outdoor projection at Devon and Sheridan intersection, 5-8 pm on Saturday, December 15, 2018, Chicago


Public Lecture and Thirty Times a Minute video projections, Museum of Art Fort Collins and Colorado State University, August 17-20, 2018, with the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO

Panelist, Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Conference, Toronto, Nov 2018

Speaker, PAWS Captive Wildlife Conference, Los Angeles, and projections in Joshua Tree, Nov 2018


Expo Chicago with McCormick Gallery, Navy Pier Chicago, September 2018



Center for Photography at Woodstock, Awards & Benefit Auction, September 29, 2018, Kingston, NY



Lecture, Faculty Showcase Columbia College Chicago, Displacement: Public Video Projections and Spectatorship, May 1, 2018


Speaker, Free the Elephants International Conference and Film Festival, Portland, Oregon, April 2018



Psychology Today, Animals, Exploitation, and Art: The Work of Colleen Plumb, interview by Marc Bekoff, Jan 2018

Lit Hub, Can an Artist Help Captive Elephants Win Legal Personhood? by Julia Cooke, November, 2017


Targeted at Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago, July 14 - September 1, 2017


Infinite Games 50/50: curated by John Preus, organized by Rhona Hoffman Gallery at Open House Contemporary, Sept. 2017 - March 2018

The Village Voice by Julia Cooke, featuring Path Infinitum at AIPAD, New York, April 5, 2017



Feature Shoot, Shedding Light on the Plight of Captive Animals, by Sara Rosen, April 2017


The Photography Show presented by AIPAD, Special Exhibition video installation, March 29-April 2, 2017