Fleur Elise Noble

ROOMAN 2017 - current  AVAILABLE FOR TOURING

ROOMAN is a new visual-performance by Fleur Elise Noble, a rich tapestry of puppetry, projection, drawing, dance and sound installation. Like a low-tech hologram, or a high-fi paper pop-up book, ROOMAN takes the audience on a journey inside worlds of animated universes as they unfold upon a giant 3-dimensional paper set.
ROOMAN is a story of romance, fantasy and the pursuit of happiness. A story that we can all, in some way, relate to. A girl meets a kangaroo man in her dreams and falls in love. Obsessed by his reality, and the idea of becoming a part of it, she takes desperate measures to spend more time with him. Her obsession leads her into the darkest depths of the human psyche. ROOMAN is about following your dreams, and seeing what kind of a journey that can take you on. But more importantly, it’s about waking up and living.

ROOMAN Premiered at ArtsHouse in Melbourne in 2017, Since then it has gone on to perform in Europe and New Zealand. For more information please go to
https://www.insitearts.com.au/projects/rooman

The full stage production runs for approximately 1hour and 10minutes. The audiences experience is greatly enhanced by the full 7.1 surround sound environment by Missi Mel Pesa.

2 DIMENSIONAL LIFE OF HER 2008 - 2013 2D LIFE OF HER TOURED TO OVER 40 VENUES AND FESTIVALS AROUND THE WORLD

 '2 Dimensional Life of Her' was Fleur Elise Noble's first major visual theatre performance. It tells the story of an artist whose reality is infringed upon by an imaginary world that manages to escape from the confines of its two-dimensional existence. A richly imagined parallel world is awoken where drawings reproduce themselves, drift between surfaces and move in and out of three dimensions. Film, animation and puppetry occupy the stage as the audience enter a space charged with possibility, becoming part of a real-time artwork breathing with life. for more info go to https://www.insitearts.com.au/projects/2-dimensional-life-of-her
 

OPERATION ZEBRA 2013 A SHOP FRONT WINDOW INSTALLATION

Operation Zebra was a collaboration between Fleur Elise Noble, Melissa Cantwell, Tina Torabi, Joe Lui, and was produced by the Perth Theatre Company. The work was inspired by stories collected in Gaza by foreign correspondent Sophie McNeill. Our intention was to humanize these stories in a way that allows the viewer to identify in a less detached manner. An attempt to distort the 'Us' and 'Them' perspective. The work was performed for 1 night and viewed through a shop front window in Perth City (with speakers on the street). The performance ran for 2 hours, looping every 20 minutes. Here is a short 3 minute snippet.

SHARING STORIES DIGITAL STORYTELLING WORKSHOPS 2012-2019 COMMUNITY PROJECTS

Fleur has worked as a facilitator and workshop on the SharingStories Foundation’s Digital Storytelling Workshops since 2012- facilitating drawing, animation, film-making and projection projects with elders and young people in remote indigenous communities across Australia. The most recent project being ‘Same Like Yesterday’, a three-dimensional projected installation developed with the Adnyamathanha Community of the Flinders Rangers and presented at the Art Gallery of South Australia as a part of the 2019 DreamBig Children's Festival.

LIVE DRAWING PERFORMANCES 2005 - 2016 LIVE AND RECORDED DRAWING PROCESS

A fast paced drawing performance in which hundreds of faces are found and destroyed by the marks of a digital ben. Faces appear, and disappear beneath each new arrival. (please note this recorded version is sped up a little)

Performed live, Fleur works with a Wacom drawing tablet (digital computer pad) and projector. This work is intended to open peoples mind to the idea of art as an experience, rather than a finished object, immersing the audience in the space between the maker and the made where everything is in a constant state of becoming.

MY GRANDMA'S HIPPO 2016 A PRESENT FOR MY GRANDMA

My Grandma is the most fabulous woman on earth. Her name is Lysbeth Noble, and it is her voice reciting this poem (By Patrick Barrington). I made this for her.

THE DESERT THEIF 2015 A VIDEO CLIP / PROJECTION INSTALLATION 

A video clip / projection installation created for Fingal Foxes and Sara Yael's song The Desert Thief.
Projection and Cinematography by Fleur Elise Noble and Lucy Scott, Including timelapse cinematography by Simon Carroll

PANSORI DREAMSCAPE 2013 AN AUDIO AND VISUAL EXPERIENCE

Pansori Dreamscape was developed in Collaboration with Leah Barclay and a group of South Korean Pansori singers as a part of Sound +: Pansori Residnecy in Korea. It was an exploration in how to create new work inspired by this ancient Korean form of song. This work was designed to play in a dark room with surround sound. The idea being, that when there is no image on the screen the soundscape causes the mind to fill in the gaps. The Sound+: Pansori Residency was produced by AsiaNow + Paim Communications.

WHIP WARS THE MOVIE 2015 A COLLABORATIVE EXPERIMENT BY FLEUR ELISE NOBLE & AFSONET TORABI

This was an experiment in trying to find a new and interesting context for whip-cracking. It was a collaboration between Afsaneh Torabi and Fleur Elise Noble. It was lots of fun, but we never quite got around to giving it a sound track...
TINA WITH BIRDS 2013
A COLLABORATIVE EXPERIMENT BY FLEUR ELISE NOBLE & AFSONET TORABI

This was an experiment in how to combine drawing, stop-motion animation and performance. It was a collaborative excise by Afsaneh Torabi and Fleur Elise Noble
Music by Seven Chosen and Tim Bennett


SIX WOMEN STANDING IN FRONT OF A WHITE WALL, By Little Dove Theatre Art
ROLE: PERFORMER

‘Six Women Standing in Front of a White Wall’, an interactive Butoh-inspired performance installation that investigates the effect of TOUCH or NO TOUCH on a human being. Put simply, as per the title, six women stand in front of a white wall and respond truthfully, in all the extremities of human emotion, to the audiences every action… or inaction.

At the heart of this work lies the exploration of the physiological need of humans to touch and be touched. The relationship between touch and well-being is more than skin deep. From the moment of our inception as human beings, our tactile sense is being developed. We are pushed out, picked up and placed at our mother’s breast, and a bonding process between two individuals begins.

‘Six Women Standing in Front of a White Wall’ provides a space where audiences are free to relinquish the imposed social implications of touching strangers and allows the possibility for them to experience true and real connections with six different women – revealing ultimately that touching is an act of love, a way of communicating without words. For more information go to http://www.motherboardproductions.com.au/works/sixwomen/#full-details
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