Noble and Webster are two inventive artists who truly live in an Eco-lovers twisted dream. The duo have found a way to turn piles of waste into works of art. Using shadow, lighting and extreme skill they are able to project true to life images on blank walls.
They have been using this technique from as early as 1997, their work stems from an interest in 'Perceptual Psychology'. The 'rubbish' sculptures play on the way people view abstract images, and how we as humans are constantly trying to define and create meaning out of what we see around ourselves.
The artists first met in 1986 as Fine Art students at Nottingham Trent University. Since then they have progressed onwards to solo exhibitions and gathered international recognition.
Written by Jade Thompson
Images: Courtesy of the artists