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“‘Til It’s Gone”

It’s a strange feeling that I’ve been getting used to, but I don’t really like the internet anymore.

I can’t tell if this is an age thing, or if it’s because the internet now feels like a mega-church next to a mall, but more and more I find myself staring at a computer screen and wondering What am I even doing?

While still a wonderful resource to discover artists or keep entertained, being online now feels less like a paradise and more like the parking lot they paved over it.


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.