Marie Samuel Levasseur Multiple Narratives and Sensory Voices: The Methodology of Chatter Applied in Audiodescription and Videodescription

Date(s): Feb 13 to Dec 13 2023

Residency

Multiple Narratives and Sensory Voices: The Methodology of Chatter Applied in Audiodescription and Videodescription

Marie Samuel Levasseur, Les Bavardes (détail de l’installation), 2021-2022 

Research-creation residency as part of Interrogating Access 2: From Learning to Action.

Artist-in-Residence Presentation: Wednesday, October 18, 2023, from 5 pm to 7 pm

As part of her research-creation master’s degree completed in 2021 Marie Samuel Levasseur developed a creative methodology called “chatting,” a way of co-creating through multiplicity, micro-narrative and presence.

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Multiple Narratives and Sensory Voices: The Methodology of Chatter Applied in Audiodescription and Videodescription

Marie Samuel Levasseur, Les Bavardes (détail de l’installation), 2021-2022 

Marie Samuel Levasseur leads a multidisciplinary practice combining life and art and develops a collaborative creation approach through chatting. She uses multiplicity and micro-narrative to counter the unspeakable and to account for the plurality of identities in the expression of self-narratives related to significant life experiences. As a curator and editor at the Centre for Arts and Social Innovation of the National Theatre School of Canada, she participates in the development of laboratories and knowledge-sharing platforms aimed at well-being through creation. She holds a Master’s degree in Visual and Media Arts from UQAM and has completed exchanges in film at  Université de Montréal and in micro-editing at EESI Poitiers-Angoulême. She has also completed graduate studies in pedagogy, focusing on accessibility and ableism, and is currently pursuing research in Native Studies. 

http://mariesamuel.com/

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