NICOLAS LÉVESQUE (SAGUENAY) ET ERUOMA AWASHISH (ROBERVAL)
A modern-day Mutoscope beckons with the intriguing story of woman, powerfully evoking the beauty of intercultural mixing and the pain, perseverance, and search for collective identity it entails. Watch closely and you just may see yourself reflected!
Eruoma Awashish works in multiple mediums to explore her hybrid identity as an Atikamekw and Québécoise artist. Her work creates spaces for dialogue where symbolic universes intermingle and collide to evoke duality and balance, wounds and healing. Nicolas Lévesque is a photographer, filmmaker, and co-founder of the photographer’s collective KAHEM.
His film work includes productions with Télé-Québec and the National Film Board, and his documentary In Guns We Trust won an award for independent journalism in 2013.
The video Mon chemin de croix — Nitcipaiatiko Meskanam
was produced by La Fabrique culturelle.