Somewhat disappointed at contemporary sculpture and its lack of renewal, Nick Ervinck (1981) turned to architecture, applied sciences and New Media, in order to compose unthinkable forms and designs. Ervinck is based in Lichtervelde, Belgium. He founded his studio in 2003 as a design/research practice. He has since extended to 3D prints, animation, installation, architecture and design. An avant-garde in his use of the newest technology, his studio takes a vanguard position in the field of digital technology (such as 3D technology, and computational design methods), not only making autonomous objects but questioning their spatial positioning. Floating between high tech and low tech, Ervinck’s artworks use the language of futurism and sci-fi, while referring back to traditional sculpture. As a historicist, Ervinck creates ‘by hand’, using no programming or algorithms, which he calls ‘amnesiastic’.