Trojan Horse

Bronstein, Pablo
Pablo Bronstein approaches his interest in architecture through a wide range of media – from drawing, sculpture and installation to performance. One of his key interests is how architecture has the ability to intervene in personal identity, inform our movements, behaviours, and social customs. He states that although his practice is drawing, it is the conceptual implication of the work that is the most important aspect. 'Trojan Horse', is a video work that was produced for Pablo Bronstein’s postgraduate diploma show at Goldsmiths College, London.
  • Artwork Details: running time: 6 minutes 35seconds
  • Edition: 1/2 AP in edition of 3 + 2 APs
  • Material description: Video transferred to DVD
  • Credit line: © the artist. Gift of the artist 2013
  • Theme: Animals, Birds, Insects
  • Medium: Film and Audio Visual
  • Accession number: ACC32/2013



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