“Like a new wave, post-punk, Marcel Marceau, Smith’s prevailing black humour invites a shared empathy for the human condition."
"Offering a tragicomic moment caught somewhere between a scene from Tom and Jerry and Samuel Beckett.”
“All of the images contain a strange sonic potentiality, evoking an eerie world beyond language."
"The more compelling work operates on a different level; one that is troubling, unfamiliar, far less easily explained, and in this way mirrors life and all it’s complexities.”
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