Marie Samuel Levasseur melds a multi-disciplinary practice of art and living, developing a collaborative approach to creation through conversation. She uses multiplicity and micro-narratives to capture the unspeakable, as well as the plurality of identities in the expression of trauma-related self-narratives. She holds a master’s degree in visual and media arts from UQAM, as well as credits in cinema from UdeM and micro-editing from EESI in Poitiers-Angoulême, France. As curator and editor at the Centre for Arts and Social Innovation of the National Theatre School of Canada, she develops research-creation and knowledge-sharing platforms for well-being through theater.
She is currently working on the project “Vers un patrimoine immatériel du bavardage” through her residency at DAÏMÔN.