Margaret Noble’s experimental artworks have been exhibited nationally and internationally. Her interdisciplinary work resides at the intersection of sound, sculpture, installation and performance. She holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of California, San Diego and an MFA in Sound Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Noble has created sound works for collaborative projects in video, dance and object theatre. Her artistic works have now evolved into sculpture and installation influenced by interests in memory, history, narrative, and identity.
Drift is a participatory installation which provides the user an experience of dissociative roaming between real and simulated stimuli through binaural sound, touch, motion, and audience. This project began as an investigation of sound through the personal narratives told by persons with visual impairment after a life of sight. It has now expanded into an exploration of perceptual experience as modulated by technology.
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