By: Studio Nick Ervinck, 2014
Material: Veroclear
Technology: Polyjet
Manufactured by: Stratasys

Inspired by macro-photographic images of splashing water and created completely through a digital process, this piece interprets the encounter between nature and technology: even the material itself is made to mimic the translucent nature of water.

Fostering cross-pollination between the digital and the physical, Nick Ervinck (°1981, Belgium) explores the boundaries between various media as well as the aesthetic potential of sculpture, 3D prints, animation, installation, architecture, and design.

Through his sculptural objects, Nick examines spatial positioning and points to the phenomenological experience and the embodiment of space. These works oscillate between the static and the dynamic and reinvigorate the capacity of the ornament and the void in order to conceptualize new virtual or utopian territories transformed into reality through the use of sculpt and 3D Printing.