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Lisa Lapinski’s sculptures and two-dimensional works have been informed by a wide-range of referents, from characters culled from greeting cards and children’s books to advertisements and industrial design. Though seemingly incongruous and disparate, they convey a deep interest in how meaning is contingent upon time and place, never settled or resolved, and always in flux.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display March 6.

Lisa Lapinski’s sculptures and two-dimensional works have been informed by a wide-range of referents, from characters culled from greeting cards and children’s books to advertisements and industrial design. Though seemingly incongruous and disparate, they convey a deep interest in how meaning is contingent upon time and place, never settled or resolved, and always in flux.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display March 6.

Lisa Lapinski’s sculptures and two-dimensional works have been informed by a wide-range of referents, from characters culled from greeting cards and children’s books to advertisements and industrial design. Though seemingly incongruous and disparate, they convey a deep interest in how meaning is contingent upon time and place, never settled or resolved, and always in flux.

Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display March 6.

WHEN

WHERE

The Visual Arts Center in The University of Texas at Austin Art Building
2301 Trinity St.
Austin, TX 78712
https://sites.utexas.edu/utvac/lisa-lapinski-drunk-hawking/

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