is a Singapore-based art practice focusing on moving images, Generative Artificial Intelligence (GAI) art and experiential exhibitions designed and crafted by Adzlynn and Hong Hu. Their work range from experimental storytelling to space design, all of which demonstrate meticulous detailing and a critical interpretation of technology.
Founded in 2014, over the past decade, their artworks have often sparked conversations about navigating identities, regional cinema and their relationships with technology. More recently, they have designed a multi-sensorial art exhibition titled ‘Dear Home’ and created an AI-based animation piece ‘Madu’ featuring a Southeast Asian folktale for the National Museum of Singapore.
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Time Out, May 2023
Director, Customer Experience & Commerce, Verticurl
"It's a pleasure to work with the talented Adz & Hong Hu.
All through our project, they brought in something extra and special at each stage. They set and deliver on their high standards in ideation and craft.
I highly recommend Studio 1914."
Digital Marketing Content Creator, Singapore Institute of Management
"A very professional and creative duo; adding value to each video brief and their attention to detail makes the whole process a breeze.
Through the various projects we’ve worked on, they’ve proven to be very versatile, quick-witted and sincere. They are consistent in their work and always deliver what they promise. Would recommend them in a heartbeat."
Chen Ngee Ann
Chairman, Siglap South Youth Network
"Worked with Studio 1914 to produce PAYM50 Live! and Marine Parade National Day Livestream 2021. They are very professional and have unique creative ideas that value add to the show. Very detailed and characteristic drawings that awed the audiences.
Will definitely work with them again for future projects! Cheers to more beautiful creations!"