David Merleau storyteller

The Elephant Adventure

upcoming online workshop May 2022

David Merleau

David Merleau

Forest Talk Radio
I invite you to partake in The Elephant Adventure, a three hour online mini-workshop.

David Merleau’s locative storytelling gathers together his experience as a traditional oral storyteller, radio producer, script writer, and sound artist. He has toured throughout North America sharing Northern Ontario folktales, produced documentaries for CBC Radio, and for five years he managed the Radio and Podcast Development Program for the Storytellers of Canada.

Together, we will hone in on the essence of locative story-crafting and an elephant will be our guide. We will imagine that this elephant befriends us outside of our homes. She will spend a short time with each of us and when she leaves we will have a better understanding of both our own environment and our place in the world.

In this session you will discover the potential of locative media, make new friends and discover what it takes to create professional location-based stories. If you want to participate, please contact us through the form below and tell us why you would like to participate, the seats are limited!

join the online session

your name

your E-mail

is there an object that you never leave home without? What is this object?

if you had to choose one, would you rather use:

do you have a favourite quote (literature, fiction or non-fiction, music lyric, etc…) ? If so, what is it?

where are you now ?

what time of day are you most creative?



Collaborative Locative Media

our mission

Supercluster invites world leading scholars and experts in the fields of ecology, humanities, sciences and arts, next to local and indigineous people, to enrich horizontal learning and group creation in processes with collaborative thinking about our planet, in the format of courses, workshops, games, and by creating locative media artworks.

what we do

We coordinate, organize and design collaboratively courses, workshops, educational games, collaborative projects and processes in an integrative approach to relationships with one another and with the more-than-human Earth via locative practices and locative media.