Côme di Meglio

Côme di Meglio is a visual artist, born in 1988 in Paris. He lives and works in Marseille.

“My creative process begins with an attention to the environment. A recognition of the terrain gives rise to an exploration of the available material, its often unrecognized and unsuspected properties and qualities. These are as well sensory, organic, and symbolic, and capable of making our physical dimension resonate. I summon the essential elements to all forms of life, earth, fire, water and clouds, the breath of orality. I harvest and I weave plants. I grow mushrooms to create building materials. Food also has a central place in my practice, symbolizing the transformations of matter that operate around us, and from which we derive our energy. “

Loïc Magnant

Co-founder of the GR2013, Loïc Magnant is more often in the organization of walks than in accompanying them. But these incessant surveys prompted him in 2015 – at the request of MUCEM – to create a heritage walk around the perimeter of the Etang de Berre, a walk that remains at the heart of the news.

Antoine Devillet

Antoine Devillet is a researcher in philosophy within the Bureau des guides of the GR2013, at the intersection between philosophical, landscape and artistic investigations and the creation of collective territorial communities of citizens. He graduated in Philosophy of Science from the Université Libre de Bruxelles following the defense of his thesis on artificial reefs as a technical trajectory showing changes in conservation biology practices.

All-terrain philosopher

Julie de Muer

In 2003 after having developed several artistic projects and spaces in Paris in the field of experimental culture (the Guinguette Pirate, the Batofar), Julie de Muer moved to Marseille, where she directed the cultural radio station Radio Grenouille and the sound creation studio Euphonia, until 2009.

There, she developed her taste for hybridization, and through various media tools, mixed artistic scientific and citizen approaches, to issues around territory.

From 2009, she became an independent creator and producer, deepening her activity around the interactions between art, heritage and territories. Walking practice became a principle tool.

In the context of Marseille-Provence 2013, the European Capital of Culture, walking practices supported or co-founded several regional projects with artistic teams (the Tourist Agency with Mathias Poisson, GR2013 with the walking artists, Les promenades Sonores with Radio Grenouille ) or with local residents (Hôtel du Nord cooperative).

Today, she is mainly devoted to the Hôtel du Nord cooperative and to the GR2013 Bureau des guides, and regularly intervenes in the field of social innovation (27th region) or in training (FAI-AR, University of Provence, Conseil of Europe, School of Landscape, Architecture, etc.).