At the technical core of Sack’s work is the paradoxical pliability of perspective and its relationship to the infinite upon a two dimensional surface.
A personal visual code manifests itself in the synthesis of disparate architectural and symbolic forms imagined and personally surveyed from travels throughout the globe; from Etruscan ruins, Senegalese towns, and East Coast suburban sprawl, to ancient water villages in Shanghai, petroglyphs in the Middle East and recent, soaring constructions in Manhattan.
For Sack, a cityscape becomes a poetic medium and vehicle to express and consider the labyrinthine relationships between far and near, and foreign and familiar.
Sack studied at Virginia Commonwealth University and currently resides just outside of Washington, D.C.
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