The Artist with Multiple Personalities

The Artist with Multiple Personalities

We have 20 personalities . Ken He’s a guy he’s is a gay guy. Every painting He does he says it’s gonna be a train. None of his paintings looks like a train So I don’t know where that come from. Judy is 15 year old personality Oh, she sees herself as being overweight So she’s always on diets a spirit of the water she tends to be out just to have a shower Yeah, I mean it’s still me, but I just accept being cooking I’m Kim Noble, and I’m an artist I also have dissociative identity disorder Which it used to be the old multiple personality disorder. It’s when other personalities would take over the body It’s caused from Torah and the Personality of dissociate so for me, it’s like sleepwalking somebody can say oh, you’ve been You know up painting, and I have no memory of doing it The exhibition I’m putting on is for the Mental Health Foundation They approached me so I pulled in from my contemporary artists to the Great’s great minds are often mistaken aren’t they? The difference with Kim is that you have no style yeah, it’s not you don’t say Oh, that’s the Kim noble each picture shows a whole different side to you You know people who said to me well come back when your stove settles, and it was you know never getting settled because they were individual artists having their own style I had to explain My mental health issues to explain the art because they came actually hand in hand for me it helps me learn about the other personalities and get a feel and understanding of them and you know and that’s the closest I’m gonna get to him, I’m Patricia still, but I just accept being cook him. I’m the main personality now, but Before there was funny wisdom it was a main personality So I would only probably be out to three times Perhaps a week at first there was only Five four five of us painting and as time has gone on other personalities have decided to paint as well I started painting About 12 years ago. I had a support worker here. That was a trainee art therapist and She said though. Why don’t you get on and do some painting? Oh? I was sitting here chatting, and I said, I’m not interested in painting. I don’t know how to paint and any end and decided to Just have a go and we didn’t have any paper or anything can use the back of my paper. It’s been really really useful and helpful and healing oh This is them another room which I stalled the work in I? Try to keep them in personalities like all misses are there this is Bonnie’s work That’s one of judges There’s usually something in I could see her face within there Can you see yeah, and I’m not just imagining that you see This is one of these That’s the compeller one. Oh she Does to see I think that’s Hebrew? I think I don’t know these a lot here are Ria’s Rhea her work is very bright, and it’s graphic of abuse I Had a lot of trouble with her work Because her paintings are not the ones that people want to be put You know really on their walls yeah, and that I see is dissociation that is a print of that girl there so and they’ve all got that on in some sort of way the ID is coping mechanism So I don’t have any knowledge of any trauma so that I can then just gotten with my life And I’m actually not affected by it Obviously somebody like rear must have some memory of at all. I don’t know I mean her paintings suggest she does I didn’t know a personality was taken over because all line had is these memory gaps but You know he didn’t have a name. He didn’t have I didn’t have a diagnosis in them days I was being entreated for anything, but the ID one of the other personalities that I Think it was 13 tried to take an overdose So they were admitted to psychiatric unit and that was it from there. It was in that Hospital This painting here is by a nun she’s called a nun because we haven’t managed to get her name yet she just Seems to pour on the paint so the paint’s quite fresh I see it being very um it’s very Spiritual a woman with all these little ones dancing around The next one here is a missus. She will only use the three colors and She just splashes on the paint all the time just doing this and flicking the paint and when Amy was younger she used to like going up there and getting splattered with paint Amy’s now 20. When she was born Social Services actually said that would be unfit to bring her up so they removed her birth And was putting her up for adoption I wasn’t there at the birth so to me I didn’t give birth to her but obviously I know that the body did and you know Amy’s mine as much as any of the other personalities so you know I don’t want Amy to feel That she’s not mine because she is mine Obviously, you know our first priority has always been Amy and if I ever thought any of the other personalities would harm Amy you know I Wouldn’t want her to be with us But they did not even know me they gave me like an hour assessment said no removed child removed child You know my own therapist who recommended I went for a proper assessment in a mother and baby unit she was ignored We did go through the court system, and she came back to live with us after six months That’s why a lot of the paintings that you know you’ll see… Yeah. Oh look They are and Nun’s even nun who has got nothing to do with anything as far as I’m concerned But you know even her there’s a mother and child This is Susie’s When she was first painting
all she kept painting was that mother and baby mother and baby And then one day she done a painting
and when you pull it back there’s no baby So all our paintings have been mother and baby mother and baby mother and baby and then this ones got a curtain over it And the baby’s gone It’s actually really said, but she never done anymore of those after that That’s something that obviously is deep-rooted and has a knock-on effect And now you know 20 years on she’s doing a law degree. You know in her finally at uni she’s a well-adjusted young person Think your own touched by mental illness in some shape or form I hope you’re going to understand as well that if you have mental illness It doesn’t necessarily have to be a barrier to anything you want to do Quite a few of the artists are in the show and you have got mental health issues It successfully what they do I Definitely I prefer doodle artwork. There is no doubt. I love those two pieces. Those are my favorite pieces I never want some whatever because I like them a lot I can relate to The person I feel like I can see that perhaps. They’ve gone through a kind of a struggle I’m just so proud that I think No, it’s true though because I feel like she’s just come such a long way from where her art was Until now and to see every personality exhibited in one room. It’s a bit. I don’t know I guess overwhelming It’s a what for you it really It’s something nice about you know actually being classified down as an artist Rather than just you know somebody weird. I meant help you see that I Don’t want to define me, but I don’t think anybody with a mental health issue does I Think I have heard that and some people do Integrate and become one personality I’ve been told that I can’t integrate because my Brain is as there are different Pathways and so it’d be very difficult if not impossible to integrate but before even being told that because that was later on after my diagnosis I never Entered therapy wanting integration. I just thought that you know who are going to be left with And I just used too many artists

100 thoughts on “The Artist with Multiple Personalities”

  1. Kim says more than a dozen of her different personalities (she has over 100) are painters, including Judy the bulimic teenager, a gay man named Ken, and a mother called Patricia.

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  2. I'm amazed by her work, but saddened that some sort of trauma could have enabled her mental health issues. Very proud of her nevertheless, it's clear that her passion comes through in every personality

  3. the kabbalah painting… my god. has this woman ever been taught hebrew, has she ever read the holy books or books of Jewish magic? did she ever study Jewish mysticism? because if not, if she just… came out with that, if that's a kabbalah diagram that one of her personalities just spontaneously produced without ever having read Shorshei HaShemot or Merkavah Shlemah or even Sefer HaRazim… I might actually start believing

  4. Sometimes it come with soft mercy emphatic and great fullness but then it came with dark furious and full of hatred


    Vice, I'm asking as a person with DID for you to put a trigger warning at the beginning of your video for the mention of Child Sexual Abuse (CSA) because I had a very hard time watching it without dissociating myself. Please put a timeskip as well in case anyone wants to avoid that mention. I don't like asking things like this unless they're important, and I think this is extremely urgent. It would save a lot of victims heartbreak at being reminded of their assault. Thank you if you read this and edit the video.

  6. This lady reminds me of a kdrama called kill me heal me where a guys has multiple personalities and has isolated himself from other people and has been keeping it a secret from his family I really love it because its such an amazing series

  7. This is incredible. Her different personalities can paint so many different styles and here I am attempting to draw a stick figure.

  8. So when there is very tragic thing happens in her life, a personality comes out to bear the pain of that specific thing and stay in that era.

  9. i think her condition is the step after being schyzo, cause schyzo hallucinate and get the impression of being possess by demons and all…so maybe it's just lots of personnalities in the same time trying to get out….so at the end they're getting a pshychosis…Dissociative condition is maybe the result of proper release of all those personnalities in the brain

  10. This is actually really helpful for helping people understand DID and MPD. Seeing the different art pieces with a distinct style of their own offers an inside peek at what this woman is going through (or so I assume. I guess no one knows exactly what it’s like for her besides herself).

  11. Kim Noble and her system was our first system we saw that made us want to get back out there and seeing her system's art got my system to start making art again, we adore her ♡

  12. I’d love to see a vid of her like actually doing a painting. How she looks when she paints, her different methods, everything

  13. Their artwork is absolutely mesmerising. They need a gallery for sure, this is fascinating but of course I don’t want to romanticise DID

  14. How can I volunteer to edit the closed captions for this video? I tried but since they've already been published it won't let me edit them. Many of the captions are wrong and completely change the meaning of the text.

  15. Can’t imagine how much pain there must have been for this to happen. Sexual abuse is so horrific.

  16. when i was in high school my girlfriend at the time had this man high school was a wild fucking ride

  17. I really like her. She seems like a lovely woman and as an artist myself, I see the personality in her artworks. Such an amazing human being.💞💞💞

  18. Some times I think (maybe) multiple personalities could be tuned in to past lives, and reincarnation at a higher level of awareness to ones past lives. Just a thought.

  19. She and her daughter are lovely. So heartbreaking she had to lose her baby for a time. Awful. So glad she is making this beautiful art.

  20. I'm sobbing…. She is so brave to step foward and talk about such a stigmatized thing. Each one of her personalities (Alters) are so unique and beautiful in their own way. Talking about integration is also so sad… It's hard to explain why it is, but each alter is a person by themselves. Not just a "personality." I hope that for the rest of the time they have, that they at least at some part enjoy it. ❤❤❤

  21. Wow, when they said "all of the styles are so different" I was expecting small differences that a non-artist wouldnt really notice. But wow those are all drastically different.

  22. The fact that one of the paintings had a language she didn’t know (assumes to be Hebrew) is pretty insane.

  23. Sadly the art reminds me of satan8c ritual abuse. Children bound and in cages. So sad because a lot of D.I.D. forms with ritual trauma. They split to protect the mind or even with MK ultra. She is a beautiful woman and artist and im SO GLAD her beautiful daughter got to stay with her and adores her art and her beautiful mother

  24. Each art style is so beautiful and different. I don’t think a regular artist would be able to go from spiritual to dark to colorful art style and make each style so meaningful and different. Maybe in some way she has a gift.

  25. Soooo does anyone know her background as to how she developed D.I.D? VICE glorifies her mental illness which im not saying is a bad thing but it definitely isnt a good thing a well. Ive known about her for a while. Her childhood story is pretty sad.

  26. My mum dated a artist with multiple personalitys. He killed himself and ruined my childhood and relationship with my mum because of it.

  27. "Why is overt display of alter personalities not basic to MPD? Kluft (1985) provided a plethora of reasons. Kluft noted that alters "often passed for one another", that alters come and go so quickly "that the only trace they left was a brief fluctuation in facial expression", and that the emergence of personalities (i.e. switching) is often quite infrequent: "Often several months passed during which personalities did not emerge fully". He also noted that the alter personalities of child cases were often indistinct, "muted or attenuated" and that the alter personalities of adult cases were often relatively invisible because they were "uninvested and unmotivated in being conspicuously separate" Finally Kluft deftly reminded the reader that MPD exists for certain reasons, and that those reasons seldom include a need to display their presence".

    – Paul F Dell PhD DSM V and Beyond.

  28. Mason Storm looks like he was gonna rob the exhibition but when he saw there was a camera he decided to just roll with it.

  29. Does anyone know who the man wearing the mouth vest is? Or who the artist who made it is if it wasnt him? I NEED to know that vest is soo cool

  30. Maybe certain lost spirits are drawn to her light and she has unknowingly accepted them as personalities. I see this often when energy healing needs done. What a beautiful artist she is!!

  31. Oh Ria was painting kids in cages. This woman was tortured in deep underground military bases. Mk Ultra/Monarch programming. She can thank the government for her torture.

  32. This is a question to people with DID. Is they any way you can communicate with other alters at all? Writing notes for them to find, leaving traces of yourself for them to find (a teddy bear they don't own, a picture of you doing something that they don't remember, etc) and if youve done anything like this before what is it like? It's not direct communication but you're still talking to a whole different person. Also if the alter is say mentally 15, but the body they have is older or younger doesn't that feel strange?

  33. Am I the only one that thinks this lady is full of shit? I'd even throw out there that she's making the shit up to market her artwork. Even the docu is about her paintings more than her "disorder". There needs to be a diagnosis for people who THINK/pretend they have DID rather than actually having it…i think that's what most of these fuckers have. She's full of it.

  34. Or just the same artist with different ways of working. If one line wont sell then another will. Be a dozen different named artists and when you get found out call it a multiple personality disorder.

  35. Wait thatis Aimee?? Aww Gorgeous as she is when the interview before and she grown so much strong. I can sense and she also taking law 😍
    I just admire her sweet angel of her Mother

  36. The mind splits when extremely abused from an infant to usually the age of eight or so, it’s a coping mechanism of the mind. Her art clearly manifest severe abuse! Very disturbing in any case. This video only scratches the surface. My heart goes out to this women!

  37. Idk if i'm saying this wrong but was there a Kim before patricia? 'cause she said "I just accept being called Kim" so I'm assuming the "original" Kim isn't there anymore? I'm sorry if somehow this was inappropriate to ask but I'm kind of confused.

  38. I’m so happy seeing her again. Btw she was interviewed for a show where all the identities came out to be interviewed and her daughter was sitting next to her. I’m so glad to see her healthy and is doing something she enjoys.

  39. Lets just call it what it is. Demonic influence thats left to ruin a soul. Trapped in a prison within herself by the enemy which is contained in all flesh. Her paintings clearly speak she is a sexual ritual abuse victim. Her mind has been shattered multiple times and she likely has abused others not even realising. This is MK ultra at its finest!! Her artwork should be burned as her artwork is used to condone ritual abuse and program more children into the sexual ritual abuse all overt he world! She doesn't have a disorder at all. This is the effects of sexual ritual abuse! Anyone who can't see this is physically, spiritually and intellectually blind. WAKE UP!!!

  40. Her paintings are quite good , she’s so sweet I wish her and her daughter the best 💖 glad I found this vid after watching the Oprah interview

  41. Sometimes its good to have split personalities, its not something that you want, its someone that you creat so you can lean on to, so you can have somebody who understands who you really are.

  42. Is this Patricia or really Kim? I thought Pat was the main one fronting from the other interviews I’ve seen. No disrespect 🙏🏽 I think she’s a protector 🤔

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