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ilotopie's company : Artistic inventions and interventions
We’ve developed artistic creations and cultural actions in the widest transversal mix of disciplines imaginable. In the confines of our region, at the mouth of the Rhone river where it melds into the Mediterranean sea, iliotopie thus emerged from an island in the mythic Camargue region of southern France; ever since, the waters so present have inseminated a feverish activity to a handful of insulars.
As if to preserve this singular point of view towards the world, we develop artistic spheres and explorations that take you from the ultimately intimate to the ultimately planetary: from Port Saint Louis to Seoul, from the marshes of the Camargue to Russian port towns, our very original form of culture thus circulates, caressing imaginaries, exposing the democratic strength of what public spaces can offer, traveling our theater with its’ universal language, speaking not word, holding richness in sense and inspiring utopias.
Administration / Production
Ludovic Fasa and Sandrine Brunet
Conception and direction of projects
General Stage Manager
Artistic and Technical Team Eric Bernard, Ghislain Bertrand, Géraldine Blin, Lucile Boissonnet, Louise Bouchicot, Willy Brodbeck, Valérie Cartier, Magali Chabroud, Sébastien Coulomb, Fanny Decoust, Jean-Marc Delannoy, Philippe Eustachon, Emmanuel Fleury, Andras Hajdu, Eric Heilmann, Gitta Heinz, Louis Ivanyi, Marie-Ange Jannuccillo, Nina Langhammer, Claude Lecat, Arnaud Liégeon, Bernard Llopis, Daniela Luna, Georges Matichard, Christophe Mineau, Victor Mineau, Bruno Montlahuc, Dominique Noël, Thomas Nomballais, François Palanque, Fabienne Passabet, Lucile Pessey, Matthieu Philippon, Stéphane Pigeyre, Valentin Pinoteau, Didier Plane, Arnaud Poupin, Gaël Rodier, Antoine Rousseau, Frédéric Roussel, Corinne Ruiz, Vincent Saint Loubert Bié, Timon Schnebelin, Phil Spectrum, Anne Valet, Jean Vatopoulos, Murielle Vial, Patrick Vindimian, Ursula Warnecke, Florian Wenger, Ann Williams, Pascal Wyrobnik.
In 1992, the artists and technicians of iliotopie build the Yellow Lemon, in Port Saint Louis du Rhone, France; It is the first space conceived to serve as a creation-and-construction-space specifically for Street Art projects in France. Since 2005, the Yellow Lemon has received the National Center for Street Arts label, receiving a larger number of companies working in public spaces and developing cultural actions in the field.