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29 September 2013, 18:30

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Artist Without a Past

Sam Smith in conversation with curator Filipa Oliveira. The presentation at the Jardim de Inverno at the Teatro São Luiz, Lisbon, Portugal will cover Smith's artistic practive and include excerpts from previous work.


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19 September - 9 November 2013

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Frameworks at 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon

For Frameworks, Smith will present a series of individual works completed in 2013. The film, video and sculptural objects explore several binary relationships: positive and negative form; two- and three-dimensional space; forward and backward gaze.

 

Through the use of mirrors, glass and the cinematographic apparatus the works in the exhibition disrupt and reconfigure the uniform framing of standard motion picture playback. Objects are given dimensionality within the image, architecture is expanded out from static television monitors and physical items are framed inside their own construction.


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14 September 2013, from 22 H

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Old School #25

Sam Smith will premiere a new live video performance essay titled 'Notes on the Apparatus' at Old School #25. Old School is a series of unique events that presents the work of artists from Portugal and abroad. The series is organized by curator Susana Pomba.

 

Old School #25
SAM SMITH
Notes on the Apparatus
14 September 2013, 22H
Escola das Gaivotas (DNA)
Rua das Gaivotas 6, Lisbon, Portugal


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18 September 2013

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Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Sam Smith will present new work as part of the Künstlerhaus Bethanien Open Studios. Many of the artists will open their doos between 19:00 - 22:00.


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20 Sep 2013, 8-10pm

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Channel Surf at Federation Square, Melbourne

Smith's Reflex Compositions (2013) will play as part of Channel Surf, a one night outdoor screening event curated as part of Channels: Australian Video Art Festival.

 

Channels is a new international biennial festival based in Melbourne that will showcase contemporary video practice from Australia and around the world. In September 2013 Channels will host an eclectic and playful programme of screenings, performances, workshops and artist commissions designed to provoke curiosity and engagement amongst the arts and broader community.


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8 - 15 August 2013

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Larger than Life at Konstnärshuset

The exhibition Larger than life relates in various ways to verticality. A pattern of movement where force meets force by gravity, falling, and depth. A pattern is built within the exhibition around a piece of Fulgurite, a form of petrified lightning that is borrowed from the Museum of Natural History in Stockholm.

 

Participating artists: Petra Axelsson (SWE); David Buckley (IRL); Karin Lindh (SWE); Sam Smith (AUS); Tobias Sjöberg (SWE); Morten Torgersrud (NOR)


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31 August – 22 September 2013

 



Finalist: Willoughby Sculpture Prize 2013

Sam Smith has been selected as a finalist for the Willoughby Sculpture Prize 2013

 

The exhibiton will present the work of 51 artists over two locations under the title Connexion Points: sites of exchange/types of exchange. The theme was developed in response to our relationships with each other and our surrounds, and how these interactions are affected by our built, technological and natural environments. It aims to generate awareness and foster discussion on the daily interactions and influences that shape local communities and beyond.



 



26 June 2013, 6pm

 



Sam Smith, Linda Hofvander and Antony Fredriksson in conversation

Linda Hofvander and Sam Smith discuss their exhibition Framed Perceptions and their art with Licentiate of Philosophy Antony Fredriksson.


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24 May – 28 July 2013

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It is what it is: beyond the debate at Hawkesbury Regional Gallery

Curated by Hawkesbury Regional Gallery curator Tia McIntyre, this exhibition explores the use of craft techniques in contemporary art. Rather than taking a side in the long-running art-vs-craft debate, 'It is what it is' presents an open, inclusive take on the symbiosis of art and craft. We are encouraged to marvel at the innovative and skillful use of materials by 12 artists working across a broad range of artisan techniques, from Adrienne Doig's embroidered tapestries to David Capra's plasticine "gemstones". In the tradition of artisan skill sharing, visitors are invited to bring unfinished projects to a series of Crafternoons, Saturdays from 1-3pm throughout the exhibition.

 

Artists: Vicky Browne, Anna Brownfield, David Capra, Adrienne Doig, Troy Emery, Rayna Fahey, Talitha Kennedy, Annee Miron, Emily Morandini, Shaelene Murray, Vince O'Connor, Sam Smith.



 



31 May - 30 June 2013

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Framed Perceptions: Linda Hofvander + Sam Smith at Sinne, Helsinki

Framed Perceptions collects together work by two geographically diverse artists: Linda Hofvander (SWE) and Sam Smith (AU). The aim is to draw together parallel lines of investigation that interrogate the material of the captured image, focusing on the process of constructing space and narrative through photography, film, video and sculpture. By using recording media to define objects and spaces, a complex relationship is created between the act of recording and the images recorded. It is a relationship that holds significance in our increasingly mediated society.


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