Ursula Philadelphy: On the Boarder of Painting.
“Sometimes, gasoline, chlorine, or emery paper is responsible for the uniquely haptic quality of the images, for example, the series „thisisnotgsus“. Here, Zink worked with „an eye for dissolution“, as he puts it. A face is fixed, and the changes that often take place in fragments of segments are captured: the first signs of a complete dissolution from which there is no escape.”
In: EIKON: International magazine for photography and media art # 65. Vienna (A), 2009.