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While a conceptual thread runs through Bari’s work, the expanse of experimentation is seen through fluent shifts from discrete gallery objects, site-specific public sculptures, and a houseware design line under BZIPPY & CO. She is interested in how America’s perverse love of excess and desire to collect through inventive sculptural tableau. Utilizing a collage aesthetic, her artistic practice draws attention to the way various built environments, ranging from architectural to consumer-oriented constructions, relate to desire and aspiration. Ziperstein creates site-specific sculptures that challenge viewers to discern the familiar from the strange, and to question psychological, economical and emotional attachments that consumers and history places on spaces and objects.