Malcolm Smith is an artist and art manager from Australia who is now based in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He is one of the co-founders of Krack!, an artist run
printmaking studio and gallery in Yogyakarta, that works collaboratively with artists to produce and exhibit print-based works that are visually innovative and respond critically to events, developments and cultural debates in the Asia Pacific region. Since 2013 Krack! has exhibited works in Indonesia, Australia, Singapore, China and Italy, delivered workshops with local and international artists, and collaborated with senior as well as emerging Indonesian artists.
Before moving to Indonesia, Malcolm worked in contemporary artspaces around Australia including the Northern Territory Centre for Contemporary art (now NCCA), Object: the Australian Centre for Craft and Design and the Australian Centre for Photography. He has undertaken residencies and presented workshops and projects across Australia and South East Asia. He has exhibited in Australia,
Indonesia, China and Europe. He has a Masters in Cultural Studies at Universitas Sanata Dharma in Yogyakarta.