Wonderful can be described as an artistic collective whose first goal is the presentation of contemporary art, but it reaches far beyond that. A global art work and a form of life at the same time, Wonderful is a utopic « in progress » construction which has sort of woven thanks to actions mainly led in France until 2004, then in South-East Asia since 2005. A real social prototype where art and life melt together, Wonderful is a modular project adapting to contexts and necessities. It is embodied in various forms with various examples of art presentation (exhibitions, concerts, theatre performances, parties, workshops, talks, publications...), and is set up either in private space, or in public locations and works on the gliding between the diverse artistic territories. Its projects are ephemeral, participative and festive. They often last only a few days but without interruption, invite an heterogeneous audience in different and unexpected places. The general intention is to stimulate every one's imaginary, to give the desire to create by trying to instil wonderfulness in the daily life. And this seems possible only in the experimentation of compact and intense forms.
In 2005, the founding duo moved to Ho Chi Minh city and created Wonderful District, the vietnamese extension of Wonderful. With « Rendezvous », an event mixing electronic music concerts and video installations (november 2005) ; « Atelier Wonderful », weekly art program set in Sandrine and Bertrand studio-apartmement (from february to june 2006) and the Jetlag parties since May 2007, Wonderful District has become recognized in the actual vietnamese art scene. This base allows it to develop other projects with the neighbours countries (Singapore, Cambodia, Thaïland...).
In 2006, Sandrine and Bertrand founded also, with six other Ho Chi Minh city-based creators, the group « Mogas Station » which published in September 2006 the premiere issue of bilingual english-vietnamese revue « Aart ». Mogas Station took part in the first Singapore Biennale in 2006 and to Venice Biennale in 2007.