An Art Talk at the Nyack Library on July 13, at 2pm, invites the public to a conversation with curator Richard Kendall as he interviews Alastair Noble. Noble has exhibited extensively both nationally and internationally. His practice is a response to architecture and the natural environment and investigates particular sites in the context of literature, poetry or philosophical texts of authors such as; Mallarme, Marinetti, Mayakovsky, Wittgenstein. The Library of Babel and On the Exactitude of Science by Jorge Luis Borges have been the subjects of his recent projects. The latter text he transposed into a series of environmental interventions entitled Mapping Arcadia. These are investigations into alternative methods of mapping the landscape. Additionally, he writes on sculpture and architecture for international sculpture magazines and journals. He has taught and lectured at numerous colleges and universities where he has organized symposia on the role of Public Sculpture.