Lee Noble
b. 1983, Nashville







Lee Noble is a musician, performer, and multi-disciplinary artist moving between sound, video, collage, and installation. He is the designer and co-founder (along with Stephen Molyneux) of No Kings Record Co., a cassette label focused on field recordings, ambient, drone, and experimental music, as well as Night Club (along with Emma Beatrez), a transdisciplinary, conceptual art study and activity group. He has performed at venues and festivals in the US, Europe, and Japan, including Sonihouse (Nara, JP), Hopscotch Fest (Raleigh, NC), Soy Fest (Nantes, FR), Rewire Fest (Den Haag, NL), the Chicago Art Book Fair, the Los Angeles Art Book Fair, the Wire’s Adventures in Modern Music Fest (Chicago), Human Resources (Los Angeles), Church on York (Los Angeles), Temporary Space (Los Angeles), and Issue Project Room (Brooklyn). His visual work has been exhibited in Los Angeles, Austin, Minneapolis, New York, Manchester, and Berkeley, and in publications by Picturebox Inc., Thames & Hudson, Spector Books, and Secret Headquarters. 




EDUCATION

M.F.A., Visual Studies, Minneapolis College of Art & Design, Minneapolis, MN — 2020

Mountain School of Arts, Los Angeles, CA — 2017

B.A., Visual & Media Arts, Emerson College, Boston, MA — 2006










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