Born in 1997, Amandine Lécuyer obtained a DNA (Diplôme National d’Art) from the Saint-Étienne École d’Art et Design in 2018, later enrolling on the Space and Communication Master’s program at the HEAD – Genève. Meeting Judith Seng in 2017 prompted Lécuyer to develop her practice on the subject of the extra-ordinary. Through spaces-events, Lécuyer creates emotion-based sharing situations meant to suspend daily time just for a moment. Passionate about the world of theatre, sensitive to that of cinema, she created a live performative event that mixed theatre and film for her diploma project entitled Space is the movie.
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Master Thesis by Amandine Lécuyer
In 1935, during French colonialism in Maghreb, the Franco-British moviemaker Edmond Thonger Gréville finished his movie Princess Tam Tam, starring Joséphine Baker as a poor young Tunisian woman named Aouïna. In the…