The kind of art that they use in their installations are also very poignant, each trash sculpture has a deeper meaning than what is initially offered.
Tim Noble and Sue Webster's art is something that can leave a person vaguely baffled. When you first look at their installations, you're met with a pile of trash. But it's the different perspective that heap of junk results in. It's the sort of installation that puts the people that believe that 'art is junk' in place. Tim Noble and Sue Webster use piles of garbage to create incredibly detailed shadowy profiles of themselves, animals, and much more. The kind of art that they use in their installations are also very poignant, each trash sculpture has a deeper meaning than what is initially offered.
Check out some of their most incredible shadow art installations:
They seem deep in thought.
You know what they say. One man's trash is another man's treasure.
Their tails end in a little heart!
She dropped a penny.
The artistic duo even created a profile out of taxidermy animals.
An aptly-titled piece which consists of dead animals that were collected by the artists.
Some of their pieces are titled with a reference to the kind of material used in the sculpture.
This looks like a huge pile of trash more than anything else.
This one is titled 'Real Life Is Rubbish', and how!
This installation has a very 'adult' theme!
A tricky material to work with, but a splendid result!
This one isn't hard to miss.
A rich kiss.
Ruling the roost with an iron fist.
The details of the shadow art say it all.
Nothing is ever as it seems!
You can't ignore the idea of being in this position at one point in your life!
Clear cut and to the point!
This one is also titled 'Real Life Is Rubbish'.
This installation is called 'Nasty Pieces Of Work'.