Puny Undernourished Kid

In 2000, Tim Noble and Sue Webster exhibited a giant pile of rubbish at London's The Royal Academy (The Undesirables, 2000). The neon work, Puny Undernourished Kid, along with its companion piece, Girlfriend from Hell, continues the edgy punk rock sentiment implicit in their artistic practice.

The large fluorescent sculpture is based on a cartoon-like drawing of Noble created by Webster ten years previously. Covered from head to toe in electrically charged tattoos that proclaim "so what?" and "nasty man", the sculpture seems to be the artist himself performing theatrically.

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Puny Undernourished Kidby Tim Noble & Sue Webster

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Puny Undernourished Kid
Tim Noble & Sue Webster
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May 22, 2018
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