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New Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

At first glance, the works of a London-based duo appear to be odd clumps of trash claiming to be sculptures, but the real art appears when light is shined upon them. That must have sparked your curiosity, so read on to find out what these artworks look like!

London-based artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster recently revealed their latest shadow sculptures in an exhibit titled Nihilistic Optimistic, their fist solo show since 2006. At first, the six large-scale sculptures may look like some strange hodgepodge of discarded wood and other scraps, but don’t judge it until the final touch is added. Once they are illuminated by a light projector, the real artworks are revealed. Take a look:

Nihilistic Optimistic will run at Blain|Southern in London until November 24, so if you’re going to be in town soon, you might want to check these shadow sculptures out!

All information for this article were sourced from This is Colossal.

written by plasticpopsicle

2 comments

  1. fash_on

    fash_on

    your articles are great :)

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  2. plasticpopsicle

    plasticpopsicle

    Why thank you so very much, @fash_on! :)

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