Marie Samuel Levasseur pursues a multidisciplinary artistic practice that combines art and life, and develops a collaborative approach to creation through small talk. She uses multiplicity and micro-narrative to hinder the unspeakable, and to account for the plurality of identities in the expression of self-narratives linked to life’s defining experiences.

As curator and reasearch-creation editor at the Centre for Arts and Social Innovation of the National Theatre School of Canada, she is involved in the development of laboratories and knowledge-sharing platforms aimed at well-being through creation.

A graduate of the Université du Québec à Montréal with a master’s degree in visual and media arts, she co-directs creative workshops in micro-publishing and zines. She completed a creative internship at the École européenne supérieure de l’image de Poitiers Angoulême (France); a creative seminar in film studies at the Université de Montréal; post-graduate studies in pedagogy, focusing on accessibility and ableism; and is currently pursuing a degree in Indigenous Studies.

She lives and work in Tio’tia:ke – Mooniyang – Montreal