|An installation of lockets by Amelia Toelke, on exhibit at Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h.|
|An Alex Hibbs sculpture (it sold to an intelligent and striking woman during the opening).|
Smith's simple series on keys cleverly flips the ubiquitous item from its regular context. A key is altered; elongated, stretched, and morphed into a a kind of visual poem, drawing your attention to the very 'thingness' of the object itself. You find yourself considering the intended use of a key and our gestures around it. Suddenly you can see how within a single object an entire set of social expectations are implied.