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Uploaded on Oct 2, 2009
For their first solo exhibition in Russia, British artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster have produced a stunning collection of work that best reflects their ongoing fascination with silhouettes and self-analysis.
The central piece is the extraordinary work, Scarlett - a kinetic installation consisting of a worktable (upon which the artists have been working for the last decade) covered with numerous bizarre mechanical toys all of which incessantly move, chatter and jerk. In this powerful installation, innocent childrens playthings from Action Men to Barbie dolls have been transformed into objects of apparent perversion. Simultaneously humorous and disturbing these specially modified toys display a cornucopia of psychological and childhood references - like a laboratory to test out theories about the subconscious pressures and childhood instincts emanating from the unconscious mind. http://triumph-gallery.com/events/71....