Hans Gindlesberger


2 thoughts on “Hans Gindlesberger

  1. The triptych format used here is lovely and begs attention. The repetitive words and layering of voices of the narration feel like memories fluttering out of reach or thoughts in a conflicted mind. I enjoy the image of the person pulling out their stake as the balloon pulls them away.

  2. The three part composition to this personal story adds detail to the identity(family tree?, and oil country say like Texas?) of the young man and the story being passed down. The repetition of the stake being placed is a bit overdone in my opinion. The physical aspect of this part of the video does stick with the viewer as an important point overall.

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