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.
Cher futur moi
Scenography for artist Irvin Anneix's video installation "Cher Futur Moi" (Dear Futur Me). Irvin Anneix invites young people between 15 and 20 years old, all over France, to entrust themselves, face to face, alone in their room, to their "future self" in 10 years. The videos are presented over five installations, each inspired by categories of emotions felt in the testimonies.
MC93, septembre 2019
Maison des métallos, mai 2021
Biennale de Lyon, septembre 2020
Commissaire de l’installation : Matthias Tronqual
Obstinement Mediterraneen - Musée Picasso Paris
For the end of the cultural event "Picasso-Méditerranée", we designed the scenography of the final exhibition which took place at the Picasso Museum in Paris.Taking full advantage of the first floor of the museum, we imagined an arched piece of furniture that follows the volumes of the building and evokes the Mediterranean architecture in a refined and contemporary way.
The exhibition puts the life and work of Pablo Picasso into perspective by studying the richness of the links between the artist and the Mediterranean. Through an immersive and poetic journey, the exhibition provides a glimpse of Picasso's Mediterranean, from the landscape of his native Spanish ports to the studios of the last years of his life, via the Côte d'Azur resorts and the culminating Midi of Antibes, Vallauris and Cannes.
A large wall with stylized alcoves is the main feature of the scenography, allowing a selection of the artist's ceramics to be displayed.
Commissaires : Emilie Bouvard, conservatrice du patrimoine au Musée national Picasso-Paris, coordinatrice scientifique du projet « Picasso-Méditerranée » et Camille Frasca, chargée de mission au Musée national Picasso-Paris, cheffe de projet « Picasso-Méditerranée ». Graphisme : Solide. Programmation vidéo : Studio Bruyant. Photo © Martion Argyroglo
Rosarium - Elsa & Johanna - Mains d’oeuvres, Saint Ouen
Collaboration with the photographers duo Elsa & Johanna for their solo show at the art centre Mains d'Œuvres. Design and production of the overall scenography and in situ pieces designed specifically for the exhibition space in order to immerse the visitor in a setting inspired by the photographers' scenes.
Photo ©Elsa & Johanna and Bigtime studio.
Scenography Circulation(s) 2021 - Circulation(s) - European young photography festival
Scenography of the 2021 edition of Circulation(s), the festival of young European photography. Some thirty photographers are presented in the large outdoor hall of the 104 cultural space and in five rooms allocated to the festival. The scenography is built on a principle of visual breaks obtained by large colored surfaces, which give rhythm to the wandering and structure the hangings of the different artists.
Curation : collectif Fetart
Cent-Quatre, Paris, mars-mai 2021.
photos © Florian Bouziges.