Colleen Plumb is an artist and educator from Chicago, Illinois. Her focus for over two decades has been an inquiry into a society whose appetite for animals, whether in flesh or in reproduction, with admiration or obsession, is voracious. She teaches photography and video at Columbia College Chicago. For more information, visit colleenplumb.com.
Join the artist on Saturday, December 15 for outdoor projections around the neighborhood beginning at 5 PM from the traffic island at the convergence of North Sheridan Road, North Broadway, and West Devon Avenue.
This event marks the start of romansusan.org/theodora-in-paris – projecting at Ralph Arnold Annex and Roman Susan each evening after sunset, visible from the street on the following dates:
Ralph Arnold Annex, 1131 West Sheridan Road
December 15, 2018 – December 24, 2018
Roman Susan, 1224 West Loyola Avenue
December 23, 2018 – December 31, 2018
This project is part of One Thing Leads to Another – organized in collaboration with Ralph Arnold Gallery, Department of Fine and Performing Arts at Loyola University Chicago – romansusan.org/one-thing-leads-to-another.