- Purchased, 2001
- 1252 x 1839mm
For the exhibition I See Red (5 December 2007 - 23 November 2008) this work was displayed with the following label: Red can be in-your-face and attention-seeking, and the attention red wants, red gets. Anne Noble’s enormous, cheeky photograph Mouth (Ruby’s Room) gives more than an eyeful of her daughter Ruby’s protruding tongue and chewing gum.
Q. What red sound would this artwork make? A. A giant raspberry!
The Devil’s Blind Spot: Recent Strategies in New Zealand Photography
Recent photography by an emerging generation of New Zealand artists.