Fleur Elise Noble is a maker of all things visual. She works with the mediums of drawing, painting, sculpture, animation, film, puppetry, projection and performance. She studied on full scholarships at art schools in Adelaide (ACSA) and New York (NYSS). Since graduating in 2006, she has worked with many arts, theatre and multimedia professionals around the world and has been the recipient of numerous grants and awards for her work. Fleur’s most renowned work to date is her visual performance ‘2-Dimensional Life of Her’, which has been invited to perform at over 40 venues and festivals around the world, including;London, New York, LA, Brazil, Iran, South Korea and extensively throughout Europe, Australia and New Zealand. In 2011 2D Life of Her was selected to represent Australia at the World Congress of Theatre for Young People. Fleur received the 2010 Green Room Award for Video Design, and in 2013 she was awarded a prestigious Bessie (New York Dance and Theatre Award) for most Outstanding Visual Design. In her spare time Fleur also facilitates drawing, animation and film making projects with young people in indigenous communities. She is currently working on her second Major Production ROOMAN for which she has received an Arts SA Triennial Project Grant.