Gertrude Moser-Wagner, born in Styria, Austria, works preferably with the media video, sculpture and conceptual text. Another focus of hers is the intervention in public space and communication projects she realizes in close cooperation with artists and scientists from other disciplines. For a number of years she taught at Vienna’s Academy of Fine Arts, at University of Applied Arts and at Webster University, Vienna. Her work has an interdisciplinary orientation and offers interfaces; it includes both pieces in public places and shows at galleries. The other most important areas are investigations, transpositions and poetic interventions in the public space. Selected locations, villages, cities, zones, streets and stretches are always involved.