Following numerous editions of the Biennial centered around current and societal themes, the 2012 edition strikes a different note: love. Entitled Only you, only me, this year’s biennial will examine this most complex of feelings. Deep down, love is about movement, an impulse that pushes us towards the other in the hope of reciprocation. Narcissus sought his reflection the way we try to touch the horizon. Love never reaches its goal. Frustration, absence, separation, solitude: we never get to love’s destination. Only movement matters. The lover is perpetually unsatisfied.
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