Friedl vom Gröller, “Toni mit Staute,” 1970.

“I want to see an emotion and how it arises.” Austrian filmmaker Friedl vom Gröller (born 1946 in London) gained recognition as a photographer under the name Friedl Kubelka. Best known are perhaps her serial works (year, month, week, and day portraits) and a cycle on avant-garde filmmakers like Jonas Mekas, Ken Jacobs, Tony Conrad, Morgan Fisher and Owen Land. In the late 1960s, however, vom Gröller had already also begun to make portrait films.

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