Born: Washington, DC
Lives: San Francisco, CA

Zac takes overlooked materials and abandoned structures and reshapes them in ways informed by each situations specific history and latent potentials. His critical and theoretical writing and occasional curatorial work champion sustainable structures, reuse, and regeneration. His poetry sketches the emotional and ephemeral perspective from his ever-changing position.

In addition to having worked with a number of different commercial and non-profit art galleries, Zac has exhibited his work in San Francisco at the Contemporary Jewish Museum and the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts; regionally at the Headlands Center for the Arts, the San Diego Art Institute, and the San Jose institute of Contemporary Art; and internationally with Parlor in Siena Italy and at the K2 Contemporary Art Center in Izmir Turkey.