Born 1971 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Robert Jack's drawings reveal a silent process, an osmotic and homeopathic development. Every surface hides a symbiotic network where each element is linked to the next forming a tenuous chain. Most of his drawings replicate the way nature works in its minute mechanisms. They define an implacable system of loose geometry - a series of repetitions with built in mutations. Born in New Haven, Connecticut, he lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. In January of 2008 he had his second solo show at Josée Bienvenu gallery, Before and Aftermath. He was recently included in the exhibition Drawn Twice at The Tang Museum, Saratoga Springs, NY. In Fall 2008 he will have a solo show at Galleria Paola Verrengia, Italy.

Robert Jack, Traces of Leftover, (detail), 2007, ink on paper, 9 x 12 inches