In 2022, Centre A initiated the experiential project The Living Room, for which the gallery space was transformed into a furnished living room. Visitors had the opportunity to sit down in the makeshift living area to watch a selection of films and videos. By converting the gallery rooms into a (semi-)domestic space, we hoped to demystify and challenge the often-inaccessible nature of a contemporary art gallery. Throughout the exhibition-installation, we organized a series of public programs and events, such as dance parties, film screenings, and food sharing, to activate the living room and welcome guests of all backgrounds. In 2023, we have brought back The Living Room with a new set of film programs. From April to June 2023, we are presenting a program titled Intimate Entanglements. Presented in partnership with Vtape, the films selected orient toward storytelling and the agency of the self or of the community, by way of musicality, rhythm, and tempo. Films by Roya Akbari, Hiba Ali, Kevin Lee Burton, Dana Claxton, Midi Onodera, and Wayne Yung play on a loop.