Put Simply:
I make multi-sensory artworks that pose questions through audience interaction.

More Detail:
I create interactive, multi-sensory objects and experiences 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, public and personal histories. I strive for audiences to go beyond merely observing my artworks such that they inhabit the experiences offered. These works are unique for each user and no piece is fixed. My sculptures and installations evolve with each new venue and audience. For me, this work is theatrical.

Video documentary of Noble’s Resonating Objects.

The Washington Post review of Resonating Objects.