Put Simply:
I make multi-sensory artworks for people to interact with. These experiences explore power, technology, and performance.

More Detail:
I create interactive, multi-sensory sculptures and installations layered in sound and gesture. I design these works with recycled objects, raw materials, and circuitry. Audiences experience a live animation of my objects through tactile and sonic engagement and in turn become animated extensions of these artworks. The materials and symbols I layer have their own unique narratives but they impart new meanings when activated by participants. I weave technological and psychological themes into my work through investigations of fear, power, and archival histories. I strive for audiences to go beyond merely observing my artworks such that they inhabit the experiences provided. These works are personal for each user. No piece is fixed – my sculptures and installations evolve with each new venue and audience. For me, this is theatrical work.

Video documentary of Noble’s Resonating Objects.

The Washington Post review of Resonating Objects.