Tym Korça. Sentence 36: “And then, please help me find the exit.“

E.d Gfrerer, Severin Hirsch, Wolfgang Oeggl, Edgar Sorgo

Annenstraße 52
8020 Graz

After two visits to Albania and overcoming 27 borders, Tym Korça – in the fourth act of sentence 36: “And then, please help me find the exit.“ – adjourns into the “flatlands“ of Karmeliterplatz to make insurmountable and invisible borders the subject of discussion: borders of financial markets and geopolitical decisions, rising from the surveyed and two-dimensional territory of the map into the the third dimension to restructure territories as centers and peripheries. Starting from the “barrage“, Pfauengarten, we progress towards a united Europe.

September 14, 2017
5 p.m.: Karmeliterplatz
6 p.m.: Hotel Europa, Saal Monroe, Bahnhofgürtel 89, 8020 Graz

From September 19 to 22, 2017,
there will be an epilogue at and around RHIZOM’s.
Annenstraße 52
8020 Graz

Tuesday, September 19, 2017, 7 p.m.
introductory remarks: Mag. Patrick Schnabl,

head of Abteilung 9, Kultur, Europa, Außenbeziehungen des Landes Steiermark

September 20 – 22, 2017

opening hours
Wednesday, 3 to 8 p.m.
Thursday, 3 to 8 p.m.
Friday, 3 to 8 p.m.


E.d Gfrerer, Severin Hirsch, Wolfgang Oeggl, Edgar Sorgo, Tym Korça

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With the assistance of: Kulturabteilung des Landes Steiermark, Kultur, Europa, Außenbeziehungen. Funded in the context of a call for transborder art and culture cooperation in 2016‚ “Strategies for the future – an artistic contribution to overcome the refugee crisis“

RHIZOM is funded by: Kulturamt/Stadt Graz, Kulturabteilung/Land Steiermark and Bundeskanzleramt – Sektion 2 Kunst