This is a project I did in a class about a month after Heinz Klinkon had passed. From what I can tell it’s the best documentation of the discussions about him before and after. The objective of the project was to pay respect to the wisdom and inspiration that he shared. I chose to share text rather than photos, because his words are was he was so well known for. Students, myself included, would have to quickly whip out a notepad, if we weren’t already equipped, to jot down some of the remarkable things he would say. His perspectives were beautiful, consistent and just what we needed to push us to the next level without giving us the answer. You are missed, Heinz.
Thanks to Maury Postal for reminding me to post this.
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