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2.7 / 5 Rated by 3 members
Review from glhays
49 events 21 reviews

Perhaps the most innovative theater piece I've seen. It is short - 35 minutes, no late admissions. We puzzled about the technology behind the films and live acting most of the way home.

reviewed Feb 02 2013 report as inappropriate
Review from Mario Corral
12 events 1 review

Very short, 35min; Not sure if it was worth the money; Unable to enter once performance began or leave and return.

reviewed Feb 02 2013 report as inappropriate
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Quotes & Highlights

“Noble not only deconstructs her art, she shreds, incinerates and rebuilds it, milking the full potential of today’s technology like Andy Warhol for a new era.” —The Adelaide Advertiser
“I’ve never seen anything like it… Truly outstanding” —DB Magazine (Adelaide)


About the Artist 

Fleur Elise Noble is an Australian director/creator of visual-based theatre experiences. She works with the mediums of drawing, animation, puppetry, projection and performance to create work that is specifically focused on the performative possibilities of drawing and process.

Fleur has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards for her drawings, paintings, animations and performance-based works. Her work has been exhibited in established and makeshift galleries and theatre spaces around Australia and overseas, and included in a number of major international arts festivals.

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