Yan Breuleux completed his collegiate and university studies in visual arts. His artistic production is dedicated to video and the electronic arts. Over the last few years, he has produced several videos and performances mixing music and images done in collaboration with other artists, composers and performers. Notable are his musical video series Noise, A-B-C Light and Clima(x) produced in collaboration with the composer Alain Thibault. Within the context of the A-B-C Light project he was invited as artist in residence at the Centre for new media at the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris. This project also received an honorable mention at the Prix Ars Electronica (1998) and a nomination in the category of best video of the year at the Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québécois 1999. In 2000, Yan Breuleux was invited to present A-Live at the Transmediale festival in Berlin. The project entitled Faustechnology, again in collaboration with Alain Thibault, was presented at Elektra in Montréal as well as at the Inter-Society for the Electronic Arts Symposium in Paris. Yan Breuleux also participated in the SonicActs 2000 festival in Amsterdam as a VJ artist.