Browse About


(above: the look i give when i realize it’s already nearing the end of the month and the entire thing passed by while i just watched tenet over and over)

i basically ignored this movie because Hollywood used it as a way to coax people back into movie theaters at the absolute worst possible time, and while i still don’t think it’s worth risking death for, holy shit is this the most fun summer blockbuster type flick in so long. fucking finally some kind of original film-making at a vast scale that doesn’t pander.

(i will say chris nolan still can’t write anything heartfelt, or for women, and it is difficult to listen to some of elizabeth debicki’s lines because of this; otherwise this is so perfectly paced and entertaining it’s tough to lodge too much of a complaint)


Colin Smith is an interdisciplinary artist & art director living & working in Los Angeles. His assembly-based work focuses on human nature and its relationship to media, language, time, and systems of control.

For more information, social links, as well as various writings on practice & theory, visit the about page.

To quickly get in touch, e-mail hello@.


This website is a hand-coded assembly built from the Skeleton framework and WordPress CMS; typeset in Plantin and Aktiv Grotesk by way of Adobe Fonts; hosted by Opalstack.

The primary navigation features a curated selection of work, while a mostly-complete archive dating back to 2015 is navigable by way of the Site Index.

All original content © to Colin Smith; please link back to this site or an associated media account when featuring work. Thank you for visiting.