A print showing a close-up of the surface of Mars.


Sam Smith and Andrea Zucchini (2016) Untitled

A print showing a close-up of the surface of Mars.

A response to their work in Here the Sun Does Not Enter, Untitled is a Giclee print of a close-up of the surface of Mars. It expands on the show’s ideas around the experience of time, blending the past, present and future, and artefacts, extracts and combinations of data.

Sam Smith
Sam Smith (b.1980, Sydney, AU) is a London-based artist; he holds an MA from Goldsmiths University (2015). Selected exhibitions include Lithic Choreographies, Gotland Art Museum, Visby, SE (2018); E-1027, Whitechapel Gallery, London, UK (2016); The Horizontal Window, Plymouth Art Center, Plymouth, UK (2018); and Forma Lenta, Centro de Artes Visuais, Coimbra, PT. He is the Contemporary Artist at Stourhead, UK (2019) and has previously undertaken residencies at HIAP, Helsinki, Künstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, DE, and Artspace, Sydney, AU.

Andrea Zucchini
Andrea Zucchini (b. 1987, Brescia, IT) is a London-based artist. He holds an MA in sculpture from the Royal College of Art (2015) and a BA in fine art and history of art from Goldsmiths (2013); he’s currently completing a Foundation degree in analytical psychology at the Society of Analytical Psychology. Selected solo shows include Dark waters prefer low places, Jupiter Woods, London, UK (2017); and Foresight by Earth, Tenderpixel, London, UK (2016). Two-person shows include SOMA, with Namsal Siedlecki, Acappella, Naples, IT (2019); Second Skin, with Anastasia Sosunova, Editorial, Vilnius, LT (2018); and Here the Sun does not enter, with Sam Smith, Assembly Point, London, UK (2016). Group shows include Laboratorio Aperto, Fondazione Antonio Ratti, Como, IT (2018); The Annotated Reader, curated and published by Ryan Gander and Jonathan P. Watts, Cork Street Galleries, London, UK (2018); and Four Rooms, curated by Daniel Marzona, Galerija Vartai, Vilnius, LT (2018).

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