inscribing oneself into the city.

RHIZ* – a commons (public property) 2020 — open end
11. - 25. September 2020, 18:00
RHIZOM homebase , Annenstraße 52, 8020 Graz

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.
We build with bamboo, a rhizomatic plant, and the re-solution to provide as many accesses as possible – opening up the space in always new situations.

With Sanela Pansinger, Bettina Landl, H.J.Schubert, Leo Kreisel-Strausz


Openings:

Friday, Sept. 11

Thursday, Sept. 17, Friday, Sept. 18

Thursday, Sept. 24, Friday, Sept., 25.
Always at
6 pm. 7. pm, 8 pm

COVID-19 guidelines
On each opening date, a maximum of nine people may be present in the exhibition space. We therefore kindly ask for registration by phone or text message:
phone: 0699-12489300
> Specifications: name, date, time
phone: 0669-12489300

B_discourse – knowledge exchange – manual for convenient use
(Release date: November 2020, analogue & digitally)
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.

With representatives SchloR, Vienna;
representatives Willy*Fred, Linz;
Mira Palmisano, former member of Hofkollektiv Wieserhäusl, Deutschlandsberg;
representatives Cambium – Living in Community, Fehring;
experiences from settings adjacent to Wagenplatz, Vienna;
Florian Sorgo (communication, moderator), Milo Strauss (transcript, editing).

Supported by

With friendly assistance of Kulturabteilung/Land Steiermark
With friendly assistance of Kulturamt/Stadt Graz