Bigtime is a scenography and design studio created in 2014 by Marion Flament and Jimme Cloo, after graduating from Arts Déco in Paris.
Together, they have been developing an evolving, creative, and technical approach of design in the fields of culture, lifestyle, and art. As adepts of the "made-to-measure", their crossed views bring a renewed experience of space through different forms, as in Play House, the duo's founding trans-disciplinary project.
Their research is centered on the dialogue and confrontation of materials, with an emphasis on the work of light which signs the spaces and objects designed by the studio.
FIAC 2016 - Lafayettanticipation
Scenography for the exhibition organized by Lafayettanticipation in the former premises of Weber Métaux.
The exhibition laid the foundation for the opening of the building in early 2018.
Installation - Bruxelles - Nuit Blanche
Installation and performance created for the Nuit Blanche of Brussels.
On a large light programmed floor, two performers sculpt temporary landscapes, systematically swept away by fans placed around the stage which are switched on at regular intervals. Each time, the same sequence is repeated: the storm sweeps away the sculpted form; the performance shapes the volume of the landscape; the motionless installation offers a time for contemplation and meditation.
In response to the theme of "Borders", the space on the stage becomes a mountain, a shoreline, a river, an island or a road, like numerous muting and moving landscapes.
Photo © Olivier Foeller