Gertrude Moser Wagner

The Indicatore Project
installation with video, photo, text
convent

Entarctic Shelf Festival: 23 June – 3 July, 1995

 

Looking out of a train window the artist notices the inscriptions – Indicatore – on the sign post at Indicatore Station. She takes a photograph: Indicator of an Indicator. Indicatore is a self-reference as well as an Italian village near Arezzo. Postcards of the photograph of Indicatore Station are sent to friends with the request to formulate a commission to be executed by the artist at Indicatore. Everyone is asked to imagine Indicatore…

The artist visits the village to execute the commissions. Three days of work, explorations, adventure…”

Gertrude Moser Wagner, 1995


Gertrude Moser Wagner (b. 1953, St.Georgen/Murau, Styria, Austria) lives and works in Vienna as a free-lance artist. She studied sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna, with professor Bruno Gironcoli. Adjunct Professor at Webster University, Vienna (1999-2009) Studios abroad: Rome (1994) and Kraków (1997). Artist in Residence at UMAS, Durham, Ontario (2000), BMUKK-pilot project on „Mentoring of women by women in the arts“ (2011) Fields of Artistic Endeavour: Concept, sculpture, video. Since 1979 exhibitions and projects; since 1983 video; since 1985 art in public spaces, interventions, symposia, communication projects, texts; cooperating with artists and scientists from other disciplines.

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