Transformation, adaptation, and the element of chance are central themes in and over again, a solo photography exhibition by artist and educator Colleen Fitzgerald. and over again examines spaces of existence in its various forms: from creation, to destruction, to re-creation. In this work, the film enlarger - a fundamental tool used for deriving photographic prints from film negatives - is exploded from the inside out. Combined with paint pigment, this process produces abstract bursts of brilliant hues and rapidly unpredictable shifts in form from the combination of fire, vapor, and flying fragmented pieces of equipment. Disorder merges with order as the remaining parts of the structure are reassembled to create a distinct, raw whole; the primary material is manipulated by uncontrollable forces to create something anew.