Zach Nader is a Brooklyn-based artist conducting image-based experiments drawn from the possibilities of contemporary image editing software coupled with the fluidity of pictorial representation. His reworking of existing photographic imagery has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including a recent month-long nightly video installation on 23 electronic billboards and newspaper kiosks as part of Midnight Moment in Times Square. Zach also co-founded the collaborative artist project useful pictures, which highlights the work of artists who actively complicate the photographic alongside a culture of instant and global image sharing. Zach is represented by Microscope Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.