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20.03.2017 | 20H

la lumière collective
7080-506, rue Alexandra
Montréal [QC]


En présence des cinéastes.


7$ à la porte.

Présenté par

la lumière collective


Punto y Raya (Dot & Line), dubbed ’the most abstract festival in the world’ by the Japanese press, fosters experimentation in Visual Arts through the use of pure Form, Color, Motion and Sound, avoiding direct representation. This renders it universal and timeless.

Since its launch in 2007, Punto y Raya aims to overcome intercultural barriers and bring together people from all over the world under the motto ‘Back to basics’.

With six installments under their belt and a promotion platform comprising over 45 cities worldwide, Punto y Raya has established itself as the benchmark for Abstract Art in Motion.

Noel Palazzo (festival co-creator) will introduce the festival’s trajectory and screen some of the awarded films throughout the years. And Montréal-based artists Sandra Eber, Matthew Biederman, Luigi Allemano, Rebecca Ng, Steven Woloshen, Jean Detheux and Clint Enns (just arrived from Toronto) will introduce their latest abstract works, plus some surprises.

We’ll conclude with a Q&A session open to audience participation.