Images of electric poles, conveyor belts, skyscrapers, palm trees, the sea, sometimes repeatedly exposed or dipped in red. The internationally renowned film artist from Hamburg, Klaus Wyborny, took them in the last 30 years in places all over the world. He combines them with 12 tone music and melts them into an intoxicating cinematic symphony.
Klaus Wyborny (*1945) is one of Germany's most influential experimental film-makers ofthe recent years. In 1968, he was a founder member of the Hamburger Filmemacher Cooperative and presented his films at e.g.Documenta 5 and 6 in Kassel. In 2015, FILMFEST HAMBURG howed his film Studien zu Monet [Studies of Monet].