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2 Dimensional Life of Her
FLEUR ELISE NOBLE

http://www.fleurelisenoble.com/

2 Dimensional Life of Her is a visual performance made of drawing, animation, puppetry, projection and paper.

Set in an artist’s studio, a richly imagined parallel world is awoken where everything that was thought to be still or flat becomes something else. Her drawings reproduce themselves, drift between surfaces and move in and out of three dimensions. She loses control of her creations and absolutely anything becomes possible…

PRESENTATION HISTORY

2013

SESC (Brazil)
Maison Des Arts Et Loisir De Laon (France)
Scene National De-Bar-Le-Duc (France)
Theatre Louis Jouvet (France)
La Comḕte (France)
Under The Radar (USA)
Off Center Festival (USA)

2012

Ottawa Children’s Festival (Canada)
Fidena Festival (Germany)
Werkraum Shoepflin (Germany)
Unga Klara (Sweden)
New Performance Festival (NZ)
London Int. Mime Festival (UK)

2011

Tauranga Arts Festival (NZ)
Nelson Arts Festival (NZ)
Cairns Festival (AUS)
Radar LA (USA)
ASSITEJ World Congress (Sweden)
Norfolk And Norwich Festival (UK)
Sydney Festival (AUS)
Festival Of Colour (NZ)
Capital E Festival (NZ)

2010

Hamedan Int. Festival (Iran)
Artplay (AUS)
Noorderzon (NL)
Mobile States (AUS tour)
Nabi Arts Centre (South Korea)
Midsummer Festival (Ireland)
Children’s Festival (Denmark)
New Territories (UK)
APAM (AUS)

2009

Come Out Festival (AUS)
Te Whaea (NZ)
Wellington Fringe (NZ)

2008

Brisbane Festival (AUS)

MEDIA

“Fleur Elise Noble’s 2 Dimensional Life of Her is a performative screen work par excellence… An essay on creativity, control, manipulation and ways of seeing, 2 Dimensional Life is witty, technically deft and engrossing, offering more dimensions than its bigger festival counterparts.” – Keith Gallasch, Real Time (2010)

“This astoundingly full bodied performance would be the talking point of any festival… Noble not only deconstructs her art, she shreds, incinerates and rebuilds it, milking the full potential of today’s multimedia technology like an Andy Warhol for a new era” – Patrick McDonald, The Advertiser, Adelaide (2009)

AWARDS

2013
2010
Bessie (New York Dance & Theatre) Award for Outstanding Visual Design
Green Room Award for Video Design (Alternative & Hybrid)

CONTACT

Executive Producer - Freya Waterson

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