Québec, 1970
Composer • Visual artist

Yan Breuleux graduated with a Bachelor of Visual Arts and 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 multi-screen, panoramic, and hemispherical pieces. His works have been broadcast at the Transmediale Festival in Berlin (1999, 2004); ISEA in Paris (2000) and Japan (2002); Dissonanze in Rome (2003) and Lille (2004); Scopitone in Nantes (2009); and the Nemo Festival in Paris (2010). Following the project Black Box he served as co-design and project management artist for Museums Nature of Montréal and the Society of Arts and Technology. Breuleux has collaborated with the duo PurForm and composer Alain Thibault.


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