Again is a way of stating the need to keep on doing what we’ve been doing, to make this season a continuation of the two previous ones and – at the risk of repeating ourselves – to stress our ongoing project for the art centre.

Without sticking to any rigid line, Again expresses something extra, an addition. It is also a way of expressing a kind of impatient urge to keep on the move, or, on the contrary, a certain repetition-fatigue. In both cases this one short word communicates a form of perseverance, and takes its inspiration from Samuel Beckett’s Worstward Ho (1982): “Try again. Fail again. Fail better.”
It is precisely this urge to try again that drives the annual research strategy that the art centre’s activities revolve around; with no guarantee of success, but always the promise of moving ahead.

So this season is rooted in what has happened in the two previous seasons, Forms of Affects and, as well as in the centre’s overall project of giving singular voices a public hearing from within the institutional art world.