Sue Webster

Tim Noble Sue Webster make art that directly addresses the waste and aesthetic vulgarity of advanced consumerism and repositions the litter and gaudiness as a powerful visual allegory of human mortality, love, and hope. British Rubbish showcases their work from 1996 to present day in all its meticulously crafted glory—including the diecut book cover itself revealing the portraits of the artists.

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“‘Like rock musicians, the persona of the artists is central to the content of the work.’”