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LUINIRPS, 2013 - 2014
SLS 3D print
26 x 19 x 17 cm
10,2 x 7,5 x 6,7 inches

190

The sculpture LUINIRPS is situated in the world between the virtual and the real. By copy-pasting, montage and collage, Ervinck designs virtual and abstract forms, such as archaeological findings and architectural elements. This eclectic technique enables him to create what can hardly be thought of, or what cannot be made by hand. LUINIRPS tells a story of 'becoming', for the sculpture looks like a living, dynamic substance, which keeps on growing and transforming.
LUINIRPS seems monumental, but at the same time is out build of holes and lacunae. For this sculpture, Ervinck was inspired by Henry Moore and Hans Arp, who used the empty or negative space as a positive, constructive force. The sculpture moreover tells about the construction of the past. Each historic period, this past is interpreted differently. 

2016   GNI-RI jul2016, 2PM - Knokke, BE
Het verbeelde westen, Embassy of Belgium - Den Haag, NL
GNI-RI mar2016, Musée Paul Valéry - Sète, FR
Kunstpark Soestdijk 2016, Paleis Soestdijk - Baarn, NL
 
2015   GNI-RI nov2015, Persona Accountants - Roeselare, BE
Kunst@Rode Kruis, Klooster Sancta Maria - Ronse, BE
De 9de Maand, - Tongeren, BE
Artists of the Gallery, NK Gallery - Antwerpen, BE
GNI-RI may2015, Kapel Clarenhof - Hasselt, BE
The proof of the pudding (is in the eating), Kusseneers Gallery - Brussel, BE