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Continuing to explore their investigation into self-portraiture the artists have produced an edition of ten bronze works and a series of unique monoprints. 2012 Nihilistic Optimistic is Tim Noble & Sue Webster's first major solo exhibition in London since 2006, and brings together six large-scale works to build upon the artists' sustained investigation into self-portraiture. Continuing their journey into self-portraiture, Tim & Sue have collaborated with The Vinyl Factory Chelsea to present a exhibit called NO.
The relationship between materiality and form, which has been so intrinsic to their practice, is further deconstructed as these sculptures appear in a state of half-formed chaos, perhaps simultaneously disintegrating and materialising. The show consists of 11 iconic portrait photographs of the artists taken by Dennis Morris, famed for his work with the Sex Pistols, Bob Marley, and Pi L, and a new sound installation by Tim & Sue – on display at The Vinyl Factory Chelsea, 91 Walton Street from 12 October–4th November 2012. 2011 Monumental both in scale and ambition, Turning the Seventh Corner is a site-specific installation inspired by the tombs of the Egyptian Pharaohs which has been made in collaboration with the internationally acclaimed architect David Adjaye.
In them they continue to explore themes of love and sin, indulgence and obsession.
Throughout their career they have occasionally made individual paintings like Don't Fuck with the Blackheads, 1998 or From Fuck to Trash, 2000, but have never produced a body of this type of work.
Their aim is to a different vision of the surroundings, emphasising the consequences on it that phenomena such as consumerism, mass culture and the elevation of the figure of the artist to the position of media celebrity have." Francisco de la Torre Prados, Mayor of Malaga. 2004 Tim Noble and Sue Webster's aptly titled exhibition, Modern Art is Dead, is an irreverent version of a shadowy Plato's Cave.
Based on handmade maquettes made with electrical wire, the sculptures are an act of upscaling playful ephemera into physically domineering artworks with a permanency and scale that transcends human limitations. In a second series of paintings, the artists wipe and fling excess paint left over from the portraits onto blank canvases, these unconstrained abstractions embody an act of doing without thinking. 2015 Launch of the publication The Folly Acres Cook Book alongside an exhibition of sculpture and illustrations from the book inspired by Folly Acres, the Gloucestershire smallholding shared by Tim and Sue. 2014 Half Cast, a solo project by Tim Noble, takes the form of a life-size sculpture portrait, the top half of his collaborative partner and wife, Sue Webster and the bottom half of Tim Noble himself.Toxic Schizophrenia (Hyper Version) Museum of Contemporary Arts, Denver, CO, U. 2007–2009 Tim Noble & Sue Webster use of neon and flashing light directs us toward what we desire like a divine beacon.