STATEMENT: My work's central focus continues to be on Process. The new drawings are the result of a specific, cumulative action, and precise formulaic structure. They are made up of repeated sequences of steadied, handmade inked lines, which radiate out from a fixed point. The system is executed upon a specific exacting action, and is an exercise in focus and precision. Each drawing implements a unique algorithm, which creates organic Moire forms. Color mixing by way of these systems and structures, is the subject of my works visual dialogue.
BIOGRAPHY: Zecca was born in San Francisco in 1970, and studied art at California College of the Arts and in Italy before earning my MFA at The San Francisco Art Institute in Painting (1996). SOLO EXHIBITIONS: Gallery 16, San Francisco, CA; Anne Reed Gallery, Ketchum, ID; Sloan Miyasato, San Francisco, CA; Emmie Smock Gallery, San Francisco, CA. SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS: Park Life, San Francisco, CA "Living Room," curated by Joey Pixiali and Vanessa Blaikie of Romer Young Gallery; San Francisco State University Fine Arts Gallery "Out of Order: Geometeric Systems in Contemporary Bay Area Art"; Berkley Art Center, CA "Metaphysical Abstraction"; Berkley Art Center, CA "Annual Juried Exhibition"; Sloan Miyasato, San Francisco, CA.