Studio Swine (B. -3)

Studio Swine (B. -3)

Studio Swine (Super Wide Interdisciplinary New Explorers) is a collective established in 2011 by Azusa Murakami (JPN) and Alexander Groves (UK).

 

Their work straddles between the spheres of sculpture, installation, and cinema, blending poetry and research into immersive experiences. The studio adopts a unique approach to each work, drawing on the distinctive resources and vernacular aesthetic of its cultural, historic, and economic landscape.

 

Since 2017, the studio has been working on a body of work they call Ephemeral Tech where the boundaries between digital technology and natural forces are dissolved to create unnatural phenomenon using real materials that engage all your senses beyond the standard visual stimuli of digital interfaces. Ephemeral Tech looks to a future where technology transcends familiar interfaces and becomes inseparable from both our built and our natural environments. Studio Swine’s films have been awarded at Cannes and their work has been widely exhibited around the world, such as at the V&A Museum in London and the Venice Art and Architecture Biennales. Their works have been collected by MoMA New York and Centre Pompidou in Paris.