I create time-based media art experiences. I love the visceral potentials of interdisciplinary art and I often use sound to score my ideas and bring my materials to life. The perils of technology are a frequent theme in my work and I have an obsession with private and public archives and artifacts. I feel a deep tension between the physical and digital, the past and the present. This often shows up in my work physically and conceptually. My work is a performance of layered media and I use it to engage with audiences on a variety of levels. Because my process is experimental, there is often a bit of chance in the interactions between materials, ideas, and spectators of my work. Intentionally, I pursue perceptual notions I interpret about the world around me which often relates to anxieties I have. For me, everything has a subtext, and making art is a fruitful practice to learn about what may be underneath an idea or moment.

The Washington Post review of Resonating Objects.

Video documentary of Noble’s Resonating Objects