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Beyond The Visible: Hilma af Klint

The art world is confronted with a sensational discovery -- a hundred years too late! How could it happen, that an artist who discovered abstract painting at the beginning of the 20th century remained largely unnoticed? Hilma af Klint's first abstract painting is dated 1906, four years before that of Vassily Kandinsky. Why was she ignored? This is the first film about her life and work. It investigates the role accorded to women in art history and asks why Hilma af Klint was scandalously denied the status of a pioneer of modern art. And how this recognition is now finally taking place. Today her exhibitions are attracting millions of people worldwide. The cinematic approach of her paintings reveals an artist who is seeking for meaning in life beyond the visible. Hilma af Klint's clairvoyant work developed a unique visual world and more than 25.000 pages of notes reveal a boundless thinking that led into an outstanding oeuvre. Her timeless paintings cross all conventional borders and resonate with our innermost feelings today.

Ticket price: This program is available at $12.00 for 5-day pass.

How to watch: Available to watch through the internet browser on your computer, phone, or tablet. It is possible to watch on your TV if you have AppleTv, Roku, Chromecast or if your laptop or home computer has an HDMI port.

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Here is more information from the distributor:

1.Roku app sometimes has slow load time. We are planning to introduce a new app, but not ready for this effort.

2. AppleTV app only works on devices running tvOS 9 or later. To view film after purchasing via Desktop or Mobile, go to “My Library” option at top of Apple TV homepage.

3. Amazon Fire app not yet available, hope to have one launched soon.

4. Google Chromecast (and other “casting” options built into Smart TVs) works for many folks but not all.

5. The films are currently available in the USA and Canada or USA only depending upon the fim.. We are required to apply region protection to prevent viewing from outside our legal territories.