Tina Davis Nobel
featuring the artwork of Tina Davis Noble & Jane Almirall & Weber Warren
There are three artists participating in The group show titled "Voyeur".
Tina Davis Noble will be showing a photographic exhibition of voyeurism, lust love and betrayal. Her part of the show is subtitled "Why Knot"
Weber Warren will be showing a series of photographs subtitled "Outside Looking In"
"No, these are not staged, and no, I don't know the owner of the window. These are totally random, taken on what ever day and at what ever time they were seen. My aim in doing this series was to pay homage to the brilliant banality of Warhol's "Soup Can" series with the brick being the can and the garments serving as the label. Bon apetite!" ---Weber Warren
Jane Almirall will be showing drawings from a series subtitled "Acts of Devotion and Selfishness", in which she she distorts beauty and explores the nature of adoration, compulsion and obsession.
"I'm fascinated by duality and perspective, particularly things that are considered both beautiful and repulsive depending entirely on the context of their existence. Hair - as long as it is healthy, shiny and still growing out of a person's head - is regarded by many as a desirable feature but as soon as you find one of them going rogue on your dinner plate, it becomes disgusting and unwanted. I am also interested in unconventional displays of affection and misguided attempts at courtship. My late golden retriever Nelson used to bring dead things to me as gifts. Dogs don't have wallets or access to Anthropologie gift cards, but they do like a dead squirrel and so he gave to me what he would most appreciate receiving for himself. Expressions of affection come in all forms and depending on the mental health of the paramour, these displays can yield the opposite results that the devotee desires. An extreme and much darker incident that comes to mind would be Ricardo López's obsession with the pop-singer Bjork - during which he attempted to take her life (via an acid bomb in the mail) and succeeded in ending his own. Perspective is everything."--Jane Almirall