In their current show, hallucinatory mirrors and cartoon-style, mask-like sculptures are arranged around the show’s centerpiece, Moet (2015), a large-scale work resembling a glittering luxury muselet, an apparatus used to cork champagne. The installation is constructed on Candy Crash (2015), a carpet of swirling graphic lollipops and other sweets. But while the center of the room may draw the most immediate attention, it is the Airless series (2015) that most effectively utilizes :mentalKLINIK’s talent for unsettling visual parables. Appearing, at first, like deflated balloons of the type a kid might pick up at a circus, the sculptures are in fact created by applying acrylic paints to carefully formed copper sculptures. The resulting works—a crooked cartoon duck, a wide-eyed smiling face—freeze in time the moment a lighthearted plaything becomes disposable.