Future Pace

Studio Swine

Studio Swine was established in 2011 by Japanese architect Azusa Murakami and British artist Alexander Groves. Their work straddles the spheres of art, design and cinema, blending poetry and research into immersive installations. The studio explores themes of regional identity and the future of resources in the age of globalisation. Adopting an unique approach to each of their work, they draw on the distinctive resources and vernacular aesthetic of its cultural, historic and economic geography. Professional training in art, and architecture allows the studio to bridge rich narratives with rigorous technical and spatial functionality. Studio Swine's works have been widely exhibited at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Germany, Centraal Museum in Utrecht, Museum of Art and Design New York and both the Venice Art Biennale and Venice Architecture Biennale. Their works have been acquired by permanent collections including Centre Pompidou Paris, M+ Hong Kong and MOA Slovenia. For more information visit https://www.studioswine.com/