Hiroki Koike is a spatial planning developer, artist, choreographer, filmmaker, and ambassador of the Performing Arts Institute. He is a professor of spatial planning design at Musashino Art University and a graduate of Hitotsubashi University. He founded the performing arts group Pappa Tarahumara in 1982, and since then, he has worked on a total of 55 works of art, performance, and choreography. The group disbanded in May 2012. Soon after, he started the Hiroshi Koike Bridge Project (HKBP), dedicating himself to the art of spatial design. He is currently developing a collaborative project that focuses on creativity through the three pillars of education, information, and production.