Julie Lassonde

Province:  Quebec
Region:  Montréal
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Originally from Montreal, Julie Lassonde is an interdisciplinary improviser and performance artist who is interested in subjects such as gender, intimacy, socio-legal norms affecting daily life and processes related to performativity, such as repetition. Trained in corporeal mime school, she presented solo performances and improvisations in Montreal, Toronto, Calgary, Vancouver, Victoria, Berkeley, San Francisco and Edinburgh. She also studied law at McGill University. She is a member of the Law Society of Canada and the Barreau du Québec. In 2006, she was awarded the Law and Society Graduate Fellowship and an interdisciplinary master’s degree at the University of Victoria (see http://law.uvic.ca/lassonde/). She received the Innovative Electronic Theses & Dissertations Award from the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations for her thesis, in 2007, in Uppsala, Sweden. Julie published “Performing Law” in The International Journal of the Arts in Society (2006) and co-edited the book Collision: Interarts Practice and Research (2008).

CHAOS Journées de réflexion présentées par le RAIQ -24 et 25 février 2014, 10h à 17h - Écomusée du fier monde, Montréal


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Consultation With the Interdisciplinary Arts Community

on the Needs in Creation, Dissemination, Residencies, Documentation, and Training as well as Envisioning a Place For Interdisciplinary Practices (PDF)

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