They aren't exactly members of the aging young Brit brat pack. "We went for a good long time without anyone noticing or buying anything or a decent review. It was good," says Tim Noble. "There's nothing worse than people being too nice." He and Sue Webster materialized here in 2000 at Deitch Projects with a ravishing show: a perverse installation of a few dramatically lit heaps of trash that cast perfect self-portrait silhouettes of the two artists. In thrall to that post-punk enchantment, we hardly noticed the Vegas-style strip-mall signage—all vivid neon, flashy sequenced bulbs, and reflector caps—that's the flip side of their collaborative work, which packs a double whammy of incorruptible crassness and trashy... More >>>