A wonderful documentary short about Swedish artist Hilma af Klint. Born in Stockholm in 1862, af Klint strove to express concepts beyond what the eye can see, creating radically abstract paintings years before her better-known contemporaries Vasily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich and Piet Mondrian. Choosing to keep much of her groundbreaking work private during her lifetime, directors Ted Gerike and Felipe Lima explore the hidden legacy of the mysterious artist in honour of the “Hima af Klint: Paintings for the Future” exhibition currently on display at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.
Produced by Ways & Means
Directed by Ted Gerike & Felipe Lima
Executive Producers: Lana Kim, Jett Steiger
Producer: Steph Max
Guggenheim Producers: Stephan Knuesel, Naomi Leibowitz
Voiceover/Narrator: Hayley Magnus
Editor: Sean Leonard
Music: Andrew Miller
Sound Mixer: Colin Alexander
Motion Graphics: Matthew Miller
Post Sound: Unbridled Sound
Sound Supervisor: Brent Kiser
Sound Editor: Ian Chase
Color: Bossi Baker
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