Devastated after the death of a friend, a young woman attempts to extract meaning from this intense loss as she discovers signs in her daily life and through encounters with the art of Hilma af Klint and Wassily Kandinsky.
The film begins with the first sentence from Kandinsky’s book, Point and Line to Plane. A young woman finds herself in a new city after her friend’s passing. She does not overtly utter a line. But the whispery voice over leads viewers to peek deep inside her heart and emphasize the devastation. An arbitrary and personal bundle of experiences with pioneering abstract artist Hilma af Klint, Mozart, and 16mm film work delivers us an artistic energy rekindling at the most desolate moments of frustration. (Sung MOON)
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