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EZORNIL, 2013 - 2014
SLS 3D print
54 x 27 x 29 cm
21,3 x 10,6 x 11,4 inches

292

Nick Ervinck designed a sculpture that is inspired by blooming flowers, like the structure of a rose. Because of the many cut-outs in the organic structure, the design seems to have no volume. Although the material is solid, it nevertheless seems delicate. The shape of the design keeps changing, keeps evolving, keeps fascinating. Through 3D printing Nick Ervinck is able to capture this movement in a still image.
As always, the artist tries to create an openness that will attract the viewer to consider his work from different angles.The sculptural contradictions, such as inside/outside and rough/smooth, make this work purely poetic. The gradient also contributes to this poetic design language. EZORNIL could be described as a poem manifested in physical form.

2016   GNI-RI sep2016, Bogarden Kapel - Brugge, BE
GNI-RI apr2016, Oude Kerk - Vichte, BE
 
2015   GNI-RI nov2015, Persona Accountants - Roeselare, BE
De 9de Maand, - Tongeren, BE
GNI-RI may2015, Kapel Clarenhof - Hasselt, BE
 
2014   Heksenboter of duivelskak, expo over slijmzwammen, NEC Hof ter Saksen - Beveren, BE
GNI-RI jun2014, Museum Dr. Guislain - Gent, BE
Art Paris, Grand Palais - Paris, FR
GNI-RI mar2014, NK Gallery - Antwerpen, BE
GNI-RI feb2014, De Mijlpaal - Heusden-Zolder, BE