Residence: Montréal, Canada
Born in Marseille (France), Jean-Philippe Jullin is a student in digital music at the Université de Montréal. Holder of a DEC in audiovisual technique, it is through his work in the field of video that his language has been shaped, mixing elements of music, video art and programming. Passionate about sound experimentation, he seeks a different way of thinking about music. His creations aspire to establish a dialogue between man and machine, allowing him to approach a multiplicity of techniques and senses. Recipient of the Faculty of Music’s excellence grant, he released an acousmatic EP in 2020 entitled nioses, broadcast on Radio Québec International. To conceive experiences of active contemplation, various elements are assembled to question our perception of space and time.
Date: October 5, 2021