Seule ou Accompagnée


© photo Céline Chip et Léna Araguas, Ensba Lyon, 2013

Seule ou prise dans une série, flanquée ou non d’une légende, bordée par un texte où s’affichant sans parure, l’image se présente le plus souvent à nous éditée (terme entendu ici dans un sens étendu, celui que recouvrent les différentes acceptions du terme anglais edit).
C’est cette question de l’image éditée qui est au centre du présent recueil – lequel rassemble des textes et documents originaux, rares ou devenus indisponibles – et qui a inspiré son titre, Seule ou Accompagnée.
S’éloignant des protocoles d’organisation stricts qui régissent le plus souvent les anthologies, ce recueil est d’abord un catalogue de gestes éditoriaux. Enquêter, copier, traduire, transcrire, collectionner, prélever, sélectionner, déplacer, recadrer, remettre en circulation, couper, légender, monter sont autant d’opérations qui sont ici documentées en même temps qu’elles sont mises en pratique. Ces gestes ont partie liée avec une culture visuelle élargie, qui s’étend de la littérature au cinéma, de la théorie à l’entertainment, du photojournalisme à la science-fiction, de la télévision à la presse à grand tirage. Ils nous racontent en la rejouant la romance de l’image et du texte.

Seule ou Accompagnée est le fruit d’un atelier de recherche éditoriale mené depuis 2011 par Jean-Marie Courant, Jill Gasparina et Catherine Guiral avec les étudiants du master Design de l’ Ensba Lyon .
Dans un premier temps, l’atelier a pris la forme d’un séminaire de recherche au sein duquel a été menée une exploration bibliographique et théorique. Ce premier atelier était ouvert à l’ensemble des étudiants du master et a été accompagné d’octobre 2011 à janvier 2012 par un cycle de conférences. Dans un second temps, il s’est agit d’éditer certains contenus que ces premières recherches avaient mis au jour et de les rassembler dans un volume, qui a pris la forme du présent ouvrage. S’il rend compte des premières recherches menées en atelier, il les prolonge et les augmente aussi, rejouant d’une manière singulière une romance pourtant souvent interprétée.
Seule ou Accompagnée sera présentée le 2 mars à 14h, dans le cadre de Crystal Maze IV — 1 + 2 + 3 = 3 , au Centre Pompidou , Paris.

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Start a Business & Manage Your Finances Like a Pro!

If you've determined that it's time to start looking for advice on how to start your own business, your first step should be to decide which kind of business you'll open. When you've decided on what direction you'd like to take, the next step is to determine your company's goals. There are many things you should include in the overall plan. These include:

Prepare your business plans. Pick a corporate structure. Choose a place and name for your business. Prepare an operating agreement (or operating template for operating agreements) of your LLC. * Create an organizational charter that outlines the mission of your LLC. * Find the necessary permits and licenses to operate your company.

How to Start a Business

In this post, we concentrate on the third key takeaway. This is how to legally form an LLC. The reason why this is so crucial is that there are some state laws which require LLCs formally recognized by the government. In the event of not registering your LLC could lead to serious tax penalties. Therefore, it is crucial to complete the registration as soon as it is possible.

The steps to register your LLC. There are a variety of ways to get started incorporating your LLC that include the Internet or over the phone and in many instances, mailing in an application directly to the IRS. However, the easiest method to start registering an LLC quick and easy is through the internet portal. On this site, business owners complete an online application along with paying a small cost and have their LLC registered without problems.

Another thing you should know about starting any business is that LLCs require a personal responsibility protection clause. It allows you to protect yourself and your family members in case anyone associated with the business gets injured. An ordinary personal liability protection clause can enable an automatic stay and, if the plaintiff (the person filing the suit) fails to settle the suit that the attorney general can have the authority to file an action against the LLC.

One other thing that you'll need to be aware of the steps to starting your own business is that every LLC must submit an operating agreement separately. Operating agreements are a legal document that governs the particular relationship between the LLC and its members or partners. It's important to remember that an operating agreement cannot be copied from the state's statute book consequently any changes between the two contracts need to be filed with the agency that wrote the state's statute book.

One last thing you should know about starting an LLC is that once creating the legal name and address for your LLC in order to start your LLC, you'll need get a registered representative. This is an individualwho is either you or another person who can sign and complete all paperwork necessary for the LLC's activities. Each LLC member LLC also has the responsibility of maintaining proper financial accounts, and so on. The registered agent must be available at any time via telephone or email. The registered representative can be called by cell phone or via e mail to verify the information regarding the LLC's activities or to receive more information on its business plan and to change the LLC's operating contract.

As it is evident, knowing how to begin a business isn't as easy as it seems. There are a lot of intricate aspects of the formation process that have to be taken good care of. If it is done properly the whole process will be rather quick and painless. It can be expensive to start to a small-sized business Therefore, it is important to consider the bigger overall picture. Becoming an appropriate LLC and selecting a licensed attorney, choosing an authorized agent, and other things must all be taken into consideration and will be worth it in the end by way of profits and success for the new LLC.