“Hynningen” – Werner Nekes

Shifting gears from the madness of Richard Foreman in the last post, Werner Nekes’ Hynningen is a short, meditative film exploring light, texture, space and memory via landscape. Light Cone notes,

“He started his practice of film with 8mm and went on with 16mm. He decided to free the film from narration and psychology and organized his films according to temporal units and structural systems.”




I join words and break notes.
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