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Pigs in clover

As foot-and-mouth disease returns to discomfort both farmers and politicians, help is at hand from an unlikely source - super-cool Dutch practice MVRDV. Its latest exhibition features a film, Pig City , in which the porkers are accommodated in one of the practice's favourite high-rises. 'The animals will be better off, the quality of meat will improve, the transport of livestock will not be necessary, all diseases will be eradicated and the Netherlands will have room to breathe.' Check out this porcine utopia at Stroom - the Hague Centre for the Visual Arts - until 16 June.

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