inscribing oneself into the city.

RHIZ* – a commons (public property) 2020 — open end

A_drawn into the space.* (plural constellations): exercising polyperspective perception, sketching counter-places, co-areas, abutments and shapes into space – heterotopias, fanned out across the place on hand. The fearless space in a rough draft. The installation art will be realized at RHIZOM, Annenstraße 52.


Openings:
 Friday, Sept. 11
 until Friday, Sept., 25. B_discourse – knowledge exchange – manual for convenient use: Starting September 2020, an intense exchange of knowledge will proceed in several video meetings, discursively examining different aspects and angles of an autonomous lifestyle. Social, spacial-political and artistic considerations as well as matters relevant to society are implied. Alternate financing and organization models – already applied by „Mietshäuser Syndikat“ (Germany) and HabiTAT (Austria) for quite some time – will also be addressed. As will be models not based on property acquisition. (Release date: April/May 2021)

We are working on this translation 🙂

“It’s my face man

I didn’t do nothing serious man

please

please

please I can’t breathe

please man

please somebody

please man

I can’t breathe

I can’t breathe

please

(inaudible)

man can’t breathe, my face

just get up

I can’t breathe

lease, a knee on my neck

I can’t breathe

shit

I will

I can’t move

mama

mama

I can’t

my knee

my neck

I’m through

I’m through

I’m claustrophobic

my stomach hurt

my neck hurts

everything hurts

some water or something

please

please

I can’t breathe officer

don’t kill me

they’re gonna kill me, man

come on man

I cannot breathe

I cannot breathe

they’re gonna kill me

they’re gonna kill me

I can’t breathe

I can’t breathe

please sir

please

please

please I can’t breathe”

 

These are the last words of George Floyd, a 46-year-old man who died as a US police officer pinned him down, kneeling on his neck for almost nine minutes. (source: avaaz.org)

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