Jem Noble (UK, 1974) lives and works in Vancouver (unceded Coast Salish territories). He repurposes media artifacts, stages gestures, screenings and performances, makes installations, publications and broadcasts, often working collaboratively. Inspired by art and critical thought that explore form as process, this work examines traces of material and visual culture in terms of the forces they express, mediate and connect. Noble has presented work internationally including: Documenta 13; Manifesta 7; EVA International; Tate Britain; ICA (UK); Spike Island (UK); SCAPE Biennial of Public Art (Aotearoa NZ); Te Tuhi (Aotearoa NZ); The Museum of Haifa (Israel); and FUSE Magazine Online Projects (Canada).
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