Ingo Springenschmid: About Marko Zink. Avantgarde of photography.
“Marko Zink counters the camera-work of “staged photography” with a subjectively motivated, almost private materiality which, unlike staged freeze-frames, cannot be translated into the mechanisms of photorealism. Quite to the contrary, it wrings a poetic concreteness from the subject of the Nature Morte of Western art history as it seems only for a limited period of time to capture that which triggered the shutter release, meaning it also contains its undoing, its disembodiment.”
In: Between play and pervasion. Vienna (A), 2017.