Thanks to Mark Wilsher for drawing our attention to this article: The Only Way Out Is Back In: Notes on the Center-Margin Dyad by Eszter Szakács curator-editor of the Curatorial Dictionary project at the contemporary art organization tranzit.hu in Budapest, Hungary (itself part of the East-Central European network tranzit.org)

Some useful thoughts on how the context of a place that is at a remove from a centre (that casts a long shadow) is crucial when considering what is made there and what takes place there. It’s easy to define activity in relation to the centre (as if that is the central point of reference or hottest spot), but it’s important to look closer to home in order to fully understand why things happen in the way they do. Look under the rocks to discover what is really going on.