British-born and -based artists Tim Noble and Sue Webster skilfully skirt the boundaries between beauty and the shadowier aspects of humanity, playing with our perceptions as well as our notions of taste. Many of their most notable pieces are made from piles of rubbish, with light projected against them to create a shadow image entirely different to that seen when looking directly at the deliberately disguised pile.
Driving in New York City is hard enough – but try and find a parking space, and that’s nearly impossible. So when the driver of a silver Sedan found a slight break in a row of cars in the Bushwick neighbourhood of Brooklyn, he jumped at it – even though the space could only feasibly hold a car half its size. The driver patiently goes forward and backward, turning the wheels mere centimetres each time until the car fits in the minuscule spot.