1. A short film about crafting objects at sea, in the past with whale’s teeth and the future with caught plastic melted with a machine harnessing the sun.

    Gyrecraft is an exploration into maritime crafts which exists in every coastal or island culture around the world each with its own unique identity, utilising what the sea provides. Many of these crafts took place onboard boats during long voyages as a way of making vital repairs or passing the time at sea.

    Studio Swine went on a journey of 1000 nautical miles collecting plastic on the way from Azores to the Canaries through the North Atlantic Gyre with the Solar Extruder; a machine they designed and built which melts and extrudes sea plastic using the Sun. A special thank you to Pangea Exploration for their kind support: panexplore.com/

    Concept & Design: Studio Swine- Alexander Groves & Azusa Murakami
    Solar Extruder design & development: Andrew Friend & Alexander Groves
    Director / Camera: Petr Krejčí
    Edit: Sally Cooper
    Colourist: Jon Leese-Pomfret
    Online: Andy Brown
    Music: Golden Hum
    Sound: Rupert Clervaux

    studioswine.com
    petrkrejci.com/
    cutandrun.com/
    fourwalls.tv/
    goldenhum.com/
    panexplore.com

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