Digital Artwork - Forever by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Forever is an animated video work by Tim Noble and Sue Webster. Originally created as a light sculpture commissioned in 1996, the work was first installed on a bus shelter in Tottenham Court Road in Central London. The work was also displayed in the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition 2016. Click on the video below to preview this artwork and see the full effect of the animation. Once your order is received a gift card will be posted to you. For instructions on how to use this card to access your artwork and numbered certificate, please see below. Available in a digital edition of 10,000. This product has been discontinued. See the Related Products below or email and we can suggest something similar which you may also like.
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Dimensions 16.7 x 12cm
Fabric & material Plastic/Card
Edition 10000
SKU 02084847

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Tim Noble (1966, Stroud, UK) and Sue Webster (1967, Leicester, UK) met while they both attending Nottingham Trent University to study Fine Arts. They have collaborated extensively over the years and have become associated with the post-YBA (Young British Artists). They are most known for the light and shadow works which employ diverse media from found materials and household rubbish to create sculptures. Lights are used to illuminate detailed images within the shadows casted on the walls created by the sculptures. Their work exudes an irreverence of the punk era where they appropriate symbols from pop culture to make comments on consumerism, love and hate in society.

Their work is in the permanent collection of the Arken Museum of Modern Art, Copenhagen; Artis-François Pinault, France; Dakis Joannou Collection, Athens; The Goss-Michael Collection, Dallas; Honart Museum, Tehran, Iran; Museum of Contemporary Art, Denver; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; National Portrait Gallery, London; The Olbricht Collection, Berlin; Project Space 176–The Zabludowicz Collection, London; Saatchi Collection, London; Samsung Museum, Seoul, Korea; Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. In 2009, Tim Noble and Sue Webster were awarded Honorary Doctorate of Arts degrees at Nottingham Trent University in recognition of their contribution to contemporary British Art.