There is no post-production in Helga Fanderl’s Super 8 works, her camera is hand-held, the―mostly threeminute long―films are shot in one take with the means of in-camera editing. The film artist’s work is documented for the first time in this monograph, which she has thoroughly composed: With rich visual and textual material, the book provides an insight into the aesthetic specificity and complexity of her filmic work, conveying its origins and development, process and materiality, and form and poetic nature. Her films, varying programmes and site-specific projections evoke the permanence of the impermanent. Constellations of her own short texts as well as those of different authors; film images, photographs, documents and a catalogue raisonné represent and reflect the many facets of her work. The graphic design of the book alludes to their density and rhythms.

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