Sam Smith (1980, Sydney, Australia) lives and works in London, United Kingdom. The central theme of his work is a self-reflexive analysis of the language of cinema. Sam Smith got a MFA in Fine Arts from Goldsmiths, London (2015). In 2017 and 2018 he did an artistic residency, Spaced 3: north by southeast, at Baltic Art Center, Sweden. In 2019 he was selected for the Contemporary Art at Stourhead, a programme by the National Trust in the UK. Selected individual exhibitions: (dis)assembly, 3 + 1 Arte Contemporânea, Portugal (2021); Capture, UNSW Galleries, Austrália (2021); Nearness, Stourhead National Trust, UK (2019); Lithic Choreographies, Gotland Kunstmuseet, Sweden (2018); A Circuit, 3+1 Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon (2017); E.1027, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2016); The Horizontal Window, The Telfer Gallery for Glasgow International (2016); Slow Form, CAV – Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra, Portugal (2015); Slow Fragmentation, Screen Space, Melbourne (2015); NOTES, Australian Centre for Moving Image, Melbourne (2015); The Performative Minute, KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2014); and Notes on the Apparatus, selected by Vdrome for the Artists’ Film Biennial, Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2014). Selected collective exhibitions: Let the field of your attention…soften and spread out, Kai Art Center, Tallinn (2019); Spaced 3: north by southeast, Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth (2018); Assembly Point, London (2016); Ways of Looking, Gallery of Contemporary Art, E-WERK, Freiburg (2016); Objects from the Temperate Palm House, Bargain Spot, Edinburgh (2016); e Your Time Is Not My Time, De Appel Arts Centre, Amsterdam (2015). Recently his films and performances have been selected to show at: Sheffield DocFest, Inglaterra (2021); Riga International Short Film Festival, Lithuania (2020); Kassel Documentary Film & Video Festival, Germany (2019); Moscow International Experimental Film Festival, Russia (2019) e International Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands (2019).