Mark S. Zimmerman is an American born artist from Louisville, KY, and now residing in Jacksonville, FL. Mark is a visual artist who works primarily in photography, installation, performance, video, and sculpture. A graduate of the Savannah College of Art & Design (BFA 2004) and the University of Florida (MFA 2010). In addition to working independently, Mark is also the founder and director of The Temporary Solution, an art collective built upon making art more participatory and publicly engaging. Mark is an internationally exhibited artist. Most notably, in 2017, Mark has participated in exhibitions at Loosen Art Gallery at Millepiani, Rome, Italy, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art, Gyeonggido, South Korea, and in the states, at Art Fields, a contemporary art festival in Lake City, SC, among others. In addition to the group shows mentioned above, Zimmerman was invited to have a solo exhibition at 621 Gallery in Tallahassee, FL where he exhibited the work titled, In Memory of a Switchboard Operator.