Nick Ervinck – lichtervelde, Belgium
3D Animation –
Ervinck was born in 1981 in Roeselare and Kortemark dfrom the age of fifteen , he studied at’ Academy of Fine Arts in Bruges and the & rsquo; Royal Academy of Fine – Arts (HELMET) Ghent . He developed his own visual language in which he combined new media with traditional sculpture. After graduating, he started with his own team in his studio based in Lichtervelde .
Nick Ervinck creates d & rsquo; huge facilities, sculptures, engravings, working drawings and films & rsquo; Animation. For several years, he participated in many individual projects and group exhibitions. He has recently exhibited at Ars Electronica Linz, CBK in Emmen, Sculptures by the Sea at The Hague, Bozar in Brussels and Gijon LABoral. His work has been exhibited at MOCA Shanghai, au MARTA Herford, au Kunstverein Ahlen, au Koraalberg d & rsquo; Anvers, have Zebrastraat Ghent, HISK in Ghent, Odette Ostend, Superstories Hasselt, au Brakke Grond d & rsquo; Amsterdam, MAMA in Rotterdam and Telic Arts Exchange in Los Angeles. In 2005, he received the prize for sculpture Godecharle, But tracking the price of the City of Brussels and the price of Visual Arts in West Flanders 2006. In 2008, Ervinck won the Award Fund Rodenbach, and it won the audience award for new media at the Liedts-Meesen Foundation.
Promoting cross-pollination between the digital and physical, Nick Ervinck (Belgium) explores the boundaries between different media. Studio Nick Ervinck applies tools and techniques from new media, to d & rsquo; explore the aesthetic potential of sculpture, s & rsquo; & rsquo installation; 3D prints, s & rsquo; architecture and design. With its different practice, a strong fascination for the construction of the & rsquo; space is perceptible. Nick Ervinck focuses not only on & rsquo; autonomous sculptural object, it also questions its spatial positioning and points to the & rsquo; phenomenological experience and & rsquo; incarnation of & rsquo; space. The work of & rsquo; Ervinck oscillates between static and dynamic, exploring new virtual territories or utopian.
Nick Ervinck – CIRBUATES
Blowups produced for Nick Ervinck the immense CIRBUATS work of art in Ghent.
Behind this work is the immense Warsubec work.
Client: Nick ErvinckDate: February – June 2013