Yan Breuleux (CA)

Yan Breuleux graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts, a Master of Industrial Design (M.Sc.A) and a doctorate in composition in the Faculty of Music at the University of Montréal. Yan Breuleux is a professor at the École des arts numériques, de l'animation et du design à Montréal (NAD), he’s also a researcher and practitioner in the field of visual music for immersive display. For ten years, he has collaborated with musicians and composers to create multiscreen, panoramic, and hemispherical pieces. 

www.ybx.ca

DIGITAL QUÉBEC

British Film Institute 13/03/2015

The A/V composition Tempêtes is inspired by the late work of painter Joseph Mallord William Turner. It is presented as a journey through a series of chaotic panoramas undergoing continuous transformation. Tempêtes blends visual synthesis of particle clouds with an electroacoustic composition created in collaboration with cellist Soizic Lebrat. 

Yan Breuleux graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts, a Master of Industrial Design (M.Sc.A) and a doctorate in composition in the Faculty of Music at the University of Montréal. Yan Breuleux is a professor at the École des arts numériques, de l'animation et du design à Montréal (NAD), he’s also a researcher and practitioner in the field of visual music for immersive display. For ten years, he has collaborated with musicians and composers to create multiscreen, panoramic, and hemispherical pieces. (20min)
 

Parcours Numérique
MUTEK 2012, montreal

Vitrine Place-des-arts 03/06/2012

Over the past decade, Yan Breuleux has collaborated with a broad range of composers to create immersive, panoramic multi-screen pieces. For this digital trail, he’ll present Tempêtes, a series of animated 3D tableaux associated with quotes by artists and philosophers. 
 
Corner Bleury/Ste-Catherine
Montreal, Canada

 

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