Bestiaire, 2022. Bestiaire is a digital work and in situ installation. It is located, in the public space, in the metro tunnel between two stations in the city of Rennes, France. Both the work’s location and its subject are reminiscent of paintings found on walls in prehistoric caves, creating a form of 21st century parietal art.
L’Exposition d’un film, 2014. What would be an exhibition which, instead of taking place in a museum or gallery, would take place in a cinema?
Le Train Fantôme, 2014. A monumental work exhibited at Centre Pompidou in Paris. The Ghost Train is a visual installation, a white tunnel folded on itself, reminiscent of the Centre Pompidou architecture.
Stanwix, Short film released in 2000. Starring Melvil Poupaud, Sarah Grappin, Claude Auffaure, Bernard Nissile. Imagined in collaboration with Leuven University’s AI research department and Luc Steels (Sony Computers Science Laboratory).
Garish Sun, 2009, 4'00". Video work commissioned to mark the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Les Oiseaux, 2022. Les Oiseaux is a permanent work of sound at the entrance of the Renzo Piano building of the “École Normale Supérieure Paris-Saclay”.
Stretch, Feature film released in 2011, Starring Nicolas Cazalé, Fan Bingbing, David Carradine.
Alien Intelligence is Coming from Earth, 2007, 10'00". This video work is part of the MOMA collection in New York and the New Media Art Museum collection in Busan.
Le Portrait interdit, Feature film released in 2017, Starring Fan Bingbing, Melvil Poupaud, Thibault de Montalembert, Shih‑Chieh King.
Shimkent Hotel, Feature film released in 2003. Starring Romain Duris, Caroline Ducey, Melvil Poupaud, Ian Colette.
You Should be the Next Astronaut, 2004, 10'00". This video work was exhibited at the Man in the Holocene in London, the Tate Modern London, Creative Time New York, at the New Media Art Museum in Busan, the Alliance Show in Seoul, Collateral Milan, Scesce Sao Paulo. It is part of the MOMA collection in New York.
The 59th Minute. In November 2006, In November 2006, You Should be the Next Astronaut – a one‑minute video work – was showed every 59 minutes on Times Square’s giant screen, in New York.
Yeosu, 2012. Yeosu is a sound and video installation commissioned to clad the cathedral‑proportioned ceiling (220m long × 40m wide) of the digital pavilion of Yeosu World Expo in Korea.
Death or Glory, 2006, 10'00". This video work was exhibited at the Guggenheim in New York. It is part of the MOMA collection in New York and the New Media Art Museum collection in Busan.
Des galeries d’art sous l’Occupation, une histoire de l’histoire de l’art, 2017. Charles de Meaux was the guest artist in this show which launched in Paris at Galerie Frank Elbaz in March 2017.
Marfa Mystery Lights – A Concert for the UFO’s. In February 2006, Charles de Meaux created a performance in Marfa, Donald Judd’s city and the place of mystery lights: a single performance with the Texas psychedelic rock band, The Secret Machines, took place at the Chinati Foundation.