In the “halls” containing the monographic exhibition of Fabrice Hyber, the snaking thoughts of the artist launch vibrant colours onto the canvases. The backdrop of the itinerary is the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain which hosts The Valley, reuniting sixty works, fifteen of which were created specifically for this exhibition. The artist, poet and businessman Hyber welcomes the public with his irreverent work, bringing art into every sphere of existence, from mathematics to history, from neuroscience to astrophysics. The roots of this journey can be found in the countryside of Vandea, near the former property of his parents, where around three-hundred-thousand tree seeds were planted to transform what was once agricultural land into ten hectares of forest. Thus, The Valley, was born, a landscape made into a work of art where the artist tosses seeds of thought which become visible as they grow. Fabrice Hyber imagines this exhibition as a sort of school, the set up recalls the school halls, but also the playing fields, encouraging the public to look beyond the windows, open the doors, sit at a desk. In his large canvases, Hyber brings together ideas, invents forms, playing with words, writing phrases, painting, while the work becomes a learning space.