by projectby year
Adieu, me dit cette pensée, je n’irai pas plus loin2018
Astre Blanc2011
Augusta Raurica2014
CCCB Scène Nationale2014
CND Pantin2016
Ca va2006
Ca va, a prefabricated movie theater2010
Centre d'Art Contemporain de Tours2012
Chaise Lambert2015
DTAOT: Combine (Don’t Trust Anyone Over Thirty, All Over Again)2006
Descendents of the Eunuch Admiral2010
Divine2012
Don't Trust Anyone Over Thirty2004
Don’t Trust Anyone Over Thirty The Storyboard2010
Dr Jekyll & Mr Mouse2008
Drip feed2008
Dübendorf Schule2012
Extension de la collection Lambert en Avignon2015
Fata Morgana2013
Festival d'Avignon2007
Feuillet d'Hypnos, Unité d’habitation 3 jours2007
Folie L52015
From the sun to the cloud (from 3 000 k to 6 000 k)2014
Ghost Towns2009
Hippolyte2005
IHP2017
Jour électrique2011
La Maison des Morts2006
La Maison des grands lacs2009
La Mort de Cleopatre / La Dame de Monte Carlo / Erwartung2014
La nuit est plus sombre avant l’aube2015
Le Jardin des diversions2013
Le déclin du jour2010
Les couleurs du ciel2016
Let the stormy clouds chase everyone from the place2006
Mademoiselle Julie2011
Magic carpet2013
Miss Julie2010
Montcalm2017
Mucem - Fort Saint-Jean2011
Mystère 04.96.79.01 - 79.24.15.002012
Mystère 79.24.15.00 - 04.96.79.012012
No tears for the creatures of the night2017
Notus Loci2011
Notus Loci2012
Nouvelle MC 93 Bobigny2013
Parquet Vassivière2011
Planetarium Sorrow2013
Pompidou Mobile2009
Pompidou Mobile2009
Public spaces and pavilions for the Lausanne EPFL2012
Sans Titre2006
Sans titre2010
Sans titre2012
Sans titre (André Le Nôtre)2011
Sans titre (Le Jardin des diversions)2013
Sans titre (Les ouvrières)2012
Sans titre (Pyrite)2012
Sans titre (Vallée de l'Asse)2014
Sans titre (the beam)2012
Sans titre series2011
Sommeil Nerveux (icosahedron light balls)2013
The Prophecy2008
Une clarté artificielle, jaune et pâle2016
Vanishing Point (RAL P2242)2011
Walls2012
White glazed2012

Une clarté artificielle, jaune et pâle

Berger&Berger, 2016
solo show at Comédie de Caen, Hérouville-Saint-Clair
curator: Audrey Illouz

Trévans, 20 juillet 2014, 09 h 42
Berger&Berger, 2015
NMNM Nouveau Musée National de Monaco collection
Trévans, 20 juillet 2014, 10 h 37
Berger&Berger, 2015
NMNM Nouveau Musée National de Monaco collection
Trévans, 20 juillet 2014, 11 h 02
Berger&Berger, 2015
NMNM Nouveau Musée National de Monaco collection
Trévans, 20 juillet 2014, 11 h 25
Berger&Berger, 2015
NMNM Nouveau Musée National de Monaco collection
Majastres, 20 juillet 2014, 12 h 21
Berger&Berger, 2015
Trévans, 20 juillet 2014, 14 h 32
Berger&Berger, 2015
Trévans, 20 juillet 2014, 16 h 51
Berger&Berger, 2015
Trévans, 20 juillet 2014, 18h44
8 digital photographic prints ink jet and silk screen prints thermochromic ink on baryta paper (40 x 32 cm). Edition of 1 + 1 EA. Courtesy of the artists.

Astre Blanc
Berger&Berger, 2011
Porcelain, metal. Diameter: 25 cm.
Edition of 5+1AP.
Astre Blanc was made in the CRAFT (Centre de recherche sur les arts du feu et de la terre) workshops in Limoges.
Private collection.
Centre National des Arts Plastiques (CNAP) collection.

Une clarté artificielle, jaune et pâle
Laurent P. Berger, 2016
31 PAR lamps 750 Watt, metal, electric programmer. Diameter 65 cm, depth: 70 cm. Unique piece. Courtesy of the artist.

Djinn. Un trou rouge entre les pavés disjoints. Manuscrit A1
Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1980
Fonds Alain Robbe-Grillet / archives Imec - ARG 9.2 / 202ARG56
Djinn. Un trou rouge entre les pavés disjoints. Manuscrit B1
Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1980
Fonds Alain Robbe-Grillet / archives Imec - ARG 9.3 / 202ARG56
Djinn. Un trou rouge entre les pavés disjoints. Manuscrit C1
Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1980
Fonds Alain Robbe-Grillet / archives Imec - ARG 9.4 / 202ARG56
3 double-sided handwritten sheets (21 x 29.7 cm) placed on a neutral ph mylar sheet and framed in a plexiglass tank (35 x 43.7 cm).

Panorama (58 colonnes)
Berger&Berger, 2016
Steel tubes, steel plates, paint, screws. Piece in-situ. Courtesy of the artists.

Ring
Berger&Berger, 2016
Massive oak. Inner diameter 180 cm, outside diameter 186 cm, minimum section 2.26 cm, maximum section 3.75 cm. Unique piece. Courtesy of the artists.
Private collection

Sommeil Nerveux (icosahedron light balls)
Berger&Berger, 2013
32 globes of silvery glass, metallic structure, 24 led sources, electric programmer.
Edition of 3+1AP.
Diameter: 75 cm
Created with the collaboration of CIAV (Meisenthal)

Tour
Berger&Berger, 2016
Argex, 91 x 105 cm, height: 550 cm. Courtesy of the artists.

Une clarté artificielle, jaune et pâle
Electrically powered, this suspended piece is fixed to the wall of the gallery. It consists of 31 PAR lamps (parabolized aluminum reflector) with a power of 750 Watts each. The whole forms the upper third of a sphere.
The luminous intensity of the first ring of sources, consisting of the 12 peripheral lamps, rises in two minutes and twenty seconds. Thirty seconds after the start of this progression, the luminous intensity of the crown inscribed in the peripheral ring and also constituted by twelve PAR lamps begins to grow to reach the level of the latter. Twenty seconds later the intensity of the crown in the previous series, which has six sources, begins to increase and in one minute the intensity of the central source reaches its maximum level. The intensity levels of all sources are equal to two minutes and twenty seconds after the program starts. Then, a second cycle starts faster, the maximum intensity is reached in thirty seconds. While the first cycle is marked by a variation of the lighting power from 8 to 40% of the maximum power, the power of the second cycle varies from 40% to 100% in 30 seconds. For five seconds, all the sources illuminate at 100% of their capacity.
In the past five seconds, the intensity of all the sources, with the exception of the peripheral ring, decreases. The intensity of the PAR lamps starts to decrease 3.5 seconds later but faster.
In the time of two seconds the intensity reaches its initial level while the decrease in the intensity of the rest of the sources is carried out in 4.5 seconds. A last cycle starts. The intensity of all sources decreases by 30%
In four seconds to reach the initial level. Sources never go out. The first cycle starts again.
At the highest level of lux, the temperature could increase over 60°C.

Djinn. Un trou rouge entre les pavés disjoints. Manuscrit A1
Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1980
Fonds Alain Robbe-Grillet / archives Imec - ARG 9.2 / 202ARG56
Djinn. Un trou rouge entre les pavés disjoints. Manuscrit B1
Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1980
Fonds Alain Robbe-Grillet / archives Imec - ARG 9.3 / 202ARG56
Djinn. Un trou rouge entre les pavés disjoints. Manuscrit C1
Alain Robbe-Grillet, 1980, 1980
Fonds Alain Robbe-Grillet / archives Imec - ARG 9.4 / 202ARG56
These three sheets from Alain Robbe-Grillet were shown as part of Berger&Berger's solo exhibition "Une clarté artificielle, jaune et pâle" at the Comédie de Caen in 2016.

Panorama (58 colonnes)
This piece in-situ was presented in the gallery of the Comédie de Caen in Hérouville Saint-Clair.
Fifty-eight columns, 4 cm in diameter, define an orthonormal space. They are placed on a regular grid which originates in the center of the stage of the theater of the Comédie de Caen, and is 140 cm apart in both directions. The rows of columns are oblique 33.75° with respect to the central axis of the stage, perpendicular to the front stage of the latter.
The columns are fixed by their top to the ceiling of the gallery. Their feet float. In the space of the "Panorama", twenty-eight of these columns are deployed. The respective length of each is 3.90 m. In these rows, three columns are missing. In the southern part of the gallery, the floor is sloping. The length of each column varies between 2.60 m and 3.20 m. In these rows, three columns are also missing.
The "Panorama" is a space designed by the architect Eugène Leseney for the whole of the Citadelle Douce, of which the theater of the Comedie de Caen is a part. Its orientation is opposite to that of the facade of the building open on the protected place of the winds. This space is characteristic of the architect's project. It is literally a walk, a stroll and a panorama on the buildings of this district of Hérouville Saint-Clair.

Ring
This massive oak sculpture formalizes a ring whose center of the circle defining the inner circumference is not common to that of the circle defining the outer circumference. This piece of cabinetmaking formalizes a revolution around a movable axis. The 360 ° progressive deformation of this object, in two directions (x and y), defines both a plane parallel to the hanging wall and a micro topography in the exhibition space. The irregular volumetry of this ring is defined by the progressive and symmetrical modification of a section of 2,26 x 3,75 cm of oak.