Prof Bret Battey will be presenting a masterclass on Tue, October 10, as part of the Punto y Raya Festival in Lisbon. The festival will be the eighth edition of Punto y Raya, which describes itself as "The Most Abstract Festival in the World"— "a feast of pure form, colour, motion and sound". Battey's film Estuaries 4 will also be screened as part of the festival. The masterclass, entitled 'Six Works, Seven Years, Millions of Dots', will focus on audiovisual composition and algorithms in Battey's "Estuaries" series and recent installation works.
The festival will also screen Battey's audiovisual composition 'Estuaries 4' and will include his installation work 'Traces, Molten'.