Benoît-Marie Moriceau — The Relative Size of things and The Vertigo of The Infinite


Installation, sculpture

Benoît-Marie Moriceau
The Relative Size of things and The Vertigo of The Infinite

Past: June 16 → November 4, 2018

Curated by 40mcube Produced by Les Champs Libres

Benoît-Marie Moriceau’s work varies greatly in terms of both form and scale, from the minimal
modification of the exhibition space to the landcape-scale intervention. All of his work, however, takes into consideration the context in which they are presented or the point of view which makes it possible to apprehend them. Whatever the typology, Benoît-Marie Moriceau’s work pertains to the site, from its spatial configuration to its history and uses.

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Benoît-Marie Moriceau, Psycho, 2007 © Benoît-Marie Moriceau

For his project at Les Champs Libres, at the invitation of 40mcube, the artist brings together and creates 
a dialogue between several distinct aspects of his practice and artistic career: an immersive exhibition displaying, on a reduced scale, a collection of works, and an installation visible from the panorama of the library. From this space dedicated to the transfer of knowledge, and its location within the city, Benoît-Marie Moriceau presents a two-part exhibition that involves, through sampling, multiple and fragmentary places and temporalities.

This exhibition takes place at Les Champs Libres 10, cours des Alliés 35000 Rennes

From Tuesday to Friday 12pm — 7pm; Saturday and Sunday 2pm — 7pm; Closed on Mondays and bank holidays

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48, avenue du Sergent Maginot

35000 Rennes

T. +33 2 90 09 64 11

Official website

Opening hours

Wednesday – Saturday, 2 PM – 7 PM
Other times by appointment

Admission fee

Free entrance

The artist