A multidisciplinary artist concerned with man’s behaviour in his immediate environment, Nathalie Levasseur produces an art of assemblage and cohesion that combines sculpture, installation, site-specific work, performance and multimedia. She has many solo and group exhibitions to her credit, in Quebec, Canada, Japan, France, and Spain. Her productions include the site-specific installations Conscience et Racine (Grave, Victoriaville, 2008), Renouée, (CNE, Jonquière, 2008), and the performance installation Au pied du mur (Maison de la culture Ahuntsic, Montreal, 2008). In 2006 she presented Se dénaturer / Se re naturer (Gésu, Montreal, 2006), and the in-residency exhibition Rites Transitoires (AdMare, Magdalen Islands, 2006), for which a book was published in 2009. Invited to Japan once again in 2005, she created the series Mémoires (Irohani Gallery, Osaka). Her work was also presented during the Symposium International de la Fondation Derouin (2002-3). In spring 2009, she was awarded a creative research residency at Sagamie, Alma, for the project Mémoire Tressable. A number of her projects have received the support of the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec.