(Peter Crawley’s article appeared in the Irish Times, 9/17.)

Kim Noble, the performer, comedian and art terrorist, calls them “projects”: flights of absurd fancy, driven by lonely despair. Others may consider them arrestable offences. Crude actions, meticulously documented and artfully presented, they provide the material for this obsessive and uncomfortably riveting show; from a faux-naïve Noble’s amateur taxidermy on a dead pigeon or his infiltration of B&Q (where he “works” undiscovered for months), to the reckless catfishing of online sex pests and the obsessive stalking of a supermarket checkout operator. 


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