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January 20 - March 18 2017
PUBLIC OPENING RECEPTION, Friday, January 20 | 6-8 pm

Zach Nader’s richly patterned, colorful digital works engage in ideas of multiplicity, repetition, and simultaneity. By breaking down the ubiquitous images found in advertising, fashion, and commerce through a series of automated software techniques and digitally manipulated actions, Nader creates a unique visual language that, through acts of erasure, camouflage, and obfuscation, deconstructs familiar source images to render new, nuanced works from digital interference and visual artifacts. 

Zach Nader: 283267079 (endless waves), 2015.

Zach Nader’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally including a month-long nightly video installation on 23 advertisement billboards as part of Midnight Moment, New York’s Times Square. His work has also been shown at Centre Pompidou Paris, France; Haus der elektronischen Künste, Basel, Switzerland; Eyebeam, New York, NY; College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, VA, among others. Nader completed an Art & Science Residency at The Pioneer Works Center for Art and Innovation in Brooklyn, NY and has been a featured speaker at ICP-Bard, New York, NY and Bard at Simon Rock, Great Barrington, MA and others. Zach Nader is represented by Microscope Gallery in New York. 

Zach Nader: you run the risk, 2016.

Logo: UAB College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Art and Art History.Zach Nader: fly-back is co-curated by Jared Ragland, UAB Department of Art and Art History Visual Media and Outreach Coordinator, and John Fields, AEIVA curator and is supported in part by Judy and Hal Abroms and AEIVA’s generous members. This exhibition is presented by the Abroms-Engel Institute for the Visual Arts, the UAB Department of Art and Art History, and the UAB College of Arts and Sciences.


Image Credits:
Zach Nader
283267079 (endless waves), 2015
30 inches x 20 inches
Inkjet print
Courtesy of Microscope Gallery

Zach Nader
you run the risk, 2016
25 inches x 35 inches
Inkjet print
Courtesy of Microscope GallerySaveSaveSaveSave