Yann Orlarey

Parallèlement à des études universitaires en sciences économiques et en informatique, Yann Orlarey a suivi la classe de musique électroacoustique du Conservatoire de Saint-Étienne. Membre du Grame depuis 1983, il est actuellement responsable du département recherche de cet organisme.

Ses travaux portent principalement sur les langages formels pour la composition musicale et les systèmes d’exploitation musicaux temps-réel. Il est auteur et co-auteur de différents systèmes et logiciels musicaux.

Son répertoire musical comporte des pièces sur bande, des pièces interactives et des pièces instrumentales pour solistes, petites formations et orchestres. Pour la plupart, ses oeuvres font appel à des moyens informatiques, soit au niveau des situations de jeu instrumental proposées aux interprètes, soit au niveau de la composition musicale proprement dite.


Yann Orlarey

72 Impulse
Installation Installation sonore et lumineuse interactive, 6 structures autoportées, 72 barres de LEDs, 28 systèmes de modules percussifs 620cm×160cm×225cm
2013

72/Impulse is undertaken as part of a collaborative effort between artists, developers and technicians.
A work immersive sound and light
The project of 72/Impulse is to create an interactive light and sound installation made of six large metallic frames. Each frame contains 12 LEDs modules of 40 cm in length for the light, and four percussive elements for the sound. When the installation runs, the lights and sounds produce a unique visual and sonic choreography, made of paths and movements. The system is autonomous, but the visitor can interact with it. Using a touch pad, he can create its own sound and light logic, and play with the multiple depth levels of the installation. The listener / viewer, immersed in the middle of this vibrating structure, can stay contemplative; he can move inside the structure or interact with the installation that in this case becomes an instrument to perform with.
An integrated technology
The technology of 72/Impulse is an integral part of the work. It is designed in a spirit of hybridization between the digital and physical worlds. Sounds are not synthesized neither reproduced through loudspeakers, but physically produced by the structure using digitally controlled electromagnetic percussions attached to the frames. Thus, 72/Impulse will explore the use of sounds extremely sleek, unadorned, designed as simple markers delimiting the space-time work.

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