Patrick Bobilin is a filmmaker, sculptor and musician from Bronx, NY. His most recent work, M155 4m3r1c4 (Miss America), is a loose narrative which uses documentation and fiction together to create a broad self-portrait doubling as cultural commentary. A 45-minute documentary video loops alongside evidence and testimony presented via legal documents, photographs, drawings, video and sculpture. The project is an investigation where the mundane becomes invented and the invented becomes mundane.
Cara Anne Greene's early work sat firmly in the world of sculpture as she freely mixed coarse industrial materials with softer, more organic elements. Cara will curate a series of culinary artworks related to the concepts and images in M155 4m3r1c4, combining the intangible nature of expression and emotion with the more palpable senses of touch, taste and smell.
Noble & Superior Projects is a contemporary arts gallery simultaneously balancing the work of installation artists whose work can only be understood through experience as well as artists whose work is easily/affordably distributed and exchanged.
Accessibility Is Key.
While we are interested in conceptual and philosophical origins in production, we also appreciate the aesthetic and sublime as a point of entry for our visitors.
NASP is open to the public Saturdays 12-6 and for monthly opening exhibitions.
We are always accepting submissions as well as applications for interns.
Please contact us at:
nobleandsuperior (at) gmail.com
or send physical materials to:
Noble & Superior Projects
1418 W Superior St
Chicago, IL 60642