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A coedition a.p.r.e.s éditions / Centre national des arts plastiques

A 1975 film by Jean-Luc Godard, Numéro deux.
An exhibition Número tres, de la casa a la fábrica at Barcelona’s La Virreina Image Centre in 2012 that uses the works in the collection owned by France’s Centre national des arts plastiques to update the forms, ideas and figures invented by Jean-Luc Godard for Numéro deux. The exhibition’s point of departure is the overlapping of home and factory that provides the basis for the film’s original image, its key scene.
A film by Jordi Vidal that could be seen to upend the ideas Godard propounded in 1975 as well as overturning narrative forms and even the dominant social model, using as its basis an interpretation of the exhibited works.
A series of texts by Pascal Beausse, Nicole Brenez, Antoine Dufeu, Harun Farocki and Kaja Silverman, Eloy Fernández Porta and Carlos Losilla that serve as literary variations on Numéro deux.

 
 

A film by Jordi Vidal. In collaboration with Andreïna Mastio.

Jordi Vidal
is an essay writer and a video maker. He is the author of Servitude et simulacre en temps réel et flux constant (Allia, 2007) and an eponymous film (2008). Andreïna Mastio is a video maker. She is the author of Quand le temps sort de ses gonds (2011). History Minus Zero_No Limit can be described as upending the ideas propounded by Jean-Luc Godard in his film Numéro deux. It features artists’ works as part of a mise en abyme and dialogue.

WITH: LOUIDGI BELTRAME, PHILIPPE DURAND, HARUN FAROCKI, PIERRE FAURE, DORA GARCIA, LUIGI GHIRRI, LIAM GILLICK, JEAN-LUC GODARD, CÉCILE HARTMANN, JOREIGE / HADJITHOMAS, VALÉRIE JOUVE, FLORENCE LAZAR, GIANNI MOTTI, FRANÇOIS NOUGUIÈS, JULIEN PRÉVIEUX, MARIE REINERT, PAOLA SALERNO, PHILIPPE SCHWINGER / FRÉDÉRIC MOSER, ALLAN SEKULA, BRUNO SERRALONGUE, EFRAT SHVILY, JEAN VIGO, MARIE VOIGNIER, BANDI ZHAO.

This film is a public commission by the Centre national des arts plastiques – ministère de la Culture et de la Communication.

 
 

Texts by Pascal Beausse, Nicole Brenez, Antoine Dufeu, Harun Farocki / Kaja Silverman, Eloy Fernández Porta, Carlos Losilla:

"Scenario for the numéro trois exhibition" by Pascal Beausse

"Under reconstruction 'Numéro Deux' by Jean-Luc Godard" by Nicole Brenez

"Marseille-là, a chronique" by Antoine Dufeu

"In her place 'Numéro Deux' (1975)" by Harun Farocki / Kaja Silverman

"Reifictions on emotional industries and feminised work" by Eloy Fernández Porta

"'Numéro Deux' or the fictitious solitude of Godard" by Carlos Losilla

Pascal Beausse is in charge of the Centre national des arts plastiques’ photographic collection. Nicole Brenez is a professor of film studies at the University of Paris III and programmer at the Cinémathèque française. Antoine Dufeu is a writer, poet, performer and director. Harun Farocki is an artist, director and film essayist. Eloy Fernández Porta is a critic, essayist, professor of literature and the history of cinema at Barcelona’s Pompeu Fabra University and performer. Carlos Losilla is an essayist and professor of cinema theory and contemporary genres at Barcelona’s Pompeu Fabra University. Kaja Silverman is Chancellor’s Professor of Rhetoric and Film at the University of California at Berkeley.

 
 


 
 

> 1 Video DVD: 86 minutes – Original Version Français-English Subtitles
"History Minus Zero_No Limit" A film by Jordi Vidal In collaboration with Andreïna Mastio
FILM © 2012 CNAP / Jordi Vidal

> 1 BOOK: Bilingual edition (French/English) – 19 x 14 cm – 176 pages (n/b)
Texts by Pascal Beausse, Nicole Brenez, Antoine Dufeu,
Harun Farocki / Kaja Silverman, Eloy Fernández Porta, Carlos Losilla.
TEXTES © 2012 CNAP / Entretien Harun Farocki et Kaja Silverman © 2012 NYUP, New York

> Publication: april 2013
> Co-edition a.p.r.e.s éditions / Centre national des arts plastiques

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