Técha Noble

Técha Noble, Casey Legler and Jordan Graham,   That Self   (still), 2015,   single-channel video,   duration: 5:56 mins

Técha Noble, Casey Legler and Jordan Graham, That Self (still), 2015, single-channel video, duration: 5:56 mins

Born 1977, Sydney. Lives and works in Sydney and Berlin.

Técha Noble is multidisciplinary artist who explores inter subjectivity and the body through performance, costumed spectacle, language and spatial installations. Her live performances and video installations present alternative realities that resist the rational where bodily hierarchies are extended from their natural locations, the animation of life is reimagined and gender in not fixed. 

Recent commissions include a solo exhibition at the Kunstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin, Day for Night Performance Space Carriageworks and Treatment live art event Melbourne. Técha is a founding member of the collective the Kingpins, who have exhibited and performed at Kunsthaus Zurich, MCA San Diego, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, and Art Basel Miami, as well as at several Biennale exhibitions.