Celebrated Belgian sculptor and contemporary craftsman, Nick Ervinck (1981) combines top-notch technology with abstract design, traditional concepts of sculpture art and virtual futurism.

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Art Can Die contemporary artist sculptor Belgian Nick Ervinck

As gatekeepers for the New Ark, Nick Ervinck created a series of two sculptures, TANATILSUR & TANATIRIUB, that needed years of preparation and research to be designed.

A first and unicum, the sculptures are 3D printed by the pioneering Stratasys, giving rise to artworks that would, by all rules of nature, be impossible to imagine and to create.

TANATILSUR & TANATIRIUB

by NICK ERVINCK

TANATIRIUB 3D printed sculpture - Belgian artist Nick Ervinck - ART CAN DIE
TANATILSUR 3D printed sculpture - Belgian artist Nick Ervinck - ART CAN DIE
Belgian artist Nick Ervinck WARSUBEC art architecture structure
Belgian artist Nick Ervinck EGNOABER art structure

WARSUBEC, 2009 

EGNOABER, 2015 

Artist Nick Ervinck TANATILSUR art work virtual museum
Belgian artist Nick Ervinck AGRIEBORZ art work virtual museum MUSEION _ ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ

"I am a futurist who is dreaming about the future. I create imaginary dream images as windows in a possible future."

On the edge of the digital revolution, Nick is as much a visionary artist as a shamanistic rule breaker. Collected all over the world, his morphing sculptures and inconceivable mask mutations continue to impress and fascinate.

 

As an artist, Nick is expressing a deep unconscious desire to merge nature with technology, creating a new kind of harmonic creature, a human reintegrated and dramatically transformed by its environment as a last hope for survival.

 

Manga, yet Moore, his work is a projected ever changing hallucination and an expression of the classical rules of the art carved in stone.

AGRIEBORZ, 2009 - 2011, MUSEION / ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ

TANATILSUR, 2017 - 2019, MUSEION / ΜΟΥΣΕΙΟ

Belgian artist Nick Ervinck TANABRIALO, 2020