Bernhard Uske on Helga Fanderl

January 4, 2016 4:09 pm Published by

A noticeable feature of Helga Fanderl’s aesthetic conduct is that every time she shows her numerous films, which are one to three minutes long, she makes a different sequence. One would be inclined to explain this specific phenomenon in terms of the aphoristic quality of cinematic miniatures; however, the density and diversity of rhythm, form, color and tectonics of many of the films, edited in the camera, contradict such a supposition.

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