Lenard Smith ongoing studio practice depends on a profound examination concerning methods of seeing. Uniting close to home assets and discovered articles, Smith’s sculptural plans offer new translations of different things.
“I am baited into a universe of creations and machines by their shape, when dismantled and overall,” Smith clarifies. “Attempting to see how pieces and parts are as sacrosanct all alone as they might be when developed together is my tribute to regular things. During the time spent looking at everything about, make material encounters inside every arrangement by leaving a hint of my hand on a variety of surfaces and textures. I become inquisitive to check whether by making art along these lines, I may have the option to move undertones given to readymade objects by repositioning them into new settings that consider profound mental encounters; encounters that permit the past to reverberate while repeating into the present.”