Work / Film

Laurence Ellis and Pablo Bronstein

Earlier this year, artist Pablo Bronstein filled London’s ICA with drawings, sculptures and installations conceptually based around the affinity between people and architecture. The show also incorporated daily choreographed performances – scores of original ballet now perfectly recorded on film by photographer Laurence Ellis. Together with Bronstein (and fashion designer Mary Katrantzou), Ellis has managed to create both a contemplative study of the way architecture informs our personal movements, and a film that looks cool as hell.