Zach is best known for her sculpture and installation works, which initiate with familiar industrial objects and materials, usually fresh out-of-the-box and untouched by the human body, but at the same time corporal, seeming as industrial extensions of the body. The objects Zach creates are implanted with bodily presence through a sculpting action, sometimes conveying craft-like nature, such as tying, weaving, sewing, cutting, and stapling. The inseparable, intimate connection between the human body and its material environment arises from Zach's consistent work with ready-made objects, and their subjugation to action.
Her works were exhibited at major art venues such as the Israel Museum, Tel Aviv Museum, Haifa Museum, Bezalel Academy Gallery, Janco Dada Museum, Raw Art Gallery, and Artport Gallery. Her works can be found in private collections such as the Igal Ahouvi Collection, ST-ART Collection, Bank Leumi Collection, and Raw Art Gallery Collection.
Throughout her career Zach has received the support of leading foundations such as the Artis Project Grant (2017), the Mifal Ha'Pais Council for Culture and Arts Grant (2017), the Rabinovich Foundation Grant in support of her upcoming book (2017), the Artport Grant for artist in residence (2016-2017), the Rabinovich Foundation and Tel Aviv municipality grant for special project (2015, 2013), and more.