"Zink’s current body of two-dimensional colored Plexiglas constructions continues his longstanding investigation of interlocking geometric planes of color set in modestly-scaled rectangles and squares. Since 2010, Zink’s clean, clear formal arrangements - generated simply by the parameters of the picture plane – have focused primarily on interlaced diagonals. The resulting pictures seem at once to honor and challenge the formal language and established tropes of Modernism - from Constructivism to Donald Judd - as they move the eye uneasily along a restless gamut of sight lines." – Jeff Perrott