The sculptural works are all human categories, fluxing between veneration, deconstruction and embellishment, which have been carved with a syncretic layering that adapts to their current embodiment and identity. The 'Mystical Vandalism' wall pieces, drawn by scratching away material to reveal the colored mirror behind the perspex, take a similar stance; departing from a petroglyph language.They befall more in relation to depth through multiple layers of abstraction. The yellow is reminiscent of sodium light illuminating out cities, the marks are both a language and a representation.
Lipski's recent work is characterized by a newfound visual complexity and he, the "aristocratic barbarian" as Jan Hoet called him, offers us a seductive visual pleasure. His works are in a number of collections, such as S.M.A.K., Ghent; Arts Council, UK; M HKA, Antwerp; Mudam Luxembourg and Fondation Antoine de Galbert, Paris.
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