A Portrait inside a portrait was the idea for this music-video. We tried to capture a side of our home city of Linz, which undoubtedly has some kind of dark, lonely tone, with the band members of redkin, being the guides and protagonists on this impressionistic tour. It was our first attempt of making a modern, urban landscape video with the latest technique of video production, allowing us to transform a series of pictures into a small video clip, capturing a wider time frame and condensing it into a few seconds scene.
A timelapse-slider, produced in Austria, helped us to achieve a look between fast movement inside the image borders and the slow movement of the camera’s frame itself. This dialectic was used to give the impression of a lonely existence, isolated in a world, where all surroundings appear accelerated and estranged. We used portrait shots of the band members, slowed down to a minimum, to higher this contrast. Another interesting detail about the production is our salute to the “Linzer Eisenbahnbrücke” (The old industrial bridge) across the Danube river, which we portrayed, the day, right before the city started it’s demolition.