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© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
© Maruša Sagadin, Treppe-Bühne-Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck., Göpfritz an der Wild, 2019, Foto: Wolfgang Woessner
 

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treppe-bühne-tribüne.
der liegende abdruck.



For about 30 years, Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Niederösterreich has been promoting together with communities and associations an active culture of remembrance with the means of art. In the process, artist chose very different approaches to complex, often difficult topics. On the square in front of the firefighters of Göpfritz places the Slovenian-born and Vienna-based artist Maruša Sagadin a monument to the volunteer work of the fire brigade, which is extended by the aspect of active use. The artistic setting with which she won the invited competition is dedicated to the memory of 16 volunteer fire brigades, which were disbanded in the course of the municipal settlement in the area of the Allentsteig military training area between 1938 and 1941. The fire brigades have not yet been taken into account in the historical refurbishement of the settlement and are now being held, on the private initiative of EOV Gerhard Schneider (Section Officer Fire Brigade History), in cooperation with the municipality of Göpfritz with a monument recalled.
Sagadin continuously questions with her numerous projects in public spaces reproduced attributions and signs, thus opening up spaces for new mental debate. For Göpfritz an der Wild, she did not design a representative gesture, a far-visible monument, but developed a horizontal architectural platform. The object shows that memory culture is not only activated by displaying spaces history through experienceable experiences. In the spatial vicinity of the fire brigade headquarters and the fire brigade museum located in it, history and the present are connected.
The fire brigade as a voluntary or operational institution is based on the idea of solidarity and helpfulness. These values, which are fundamental to a community or society, are translated by the artist into the form of a social furniture that invites people to use and thus to exchange and community.
The object encompassed the square on two sides of the street and is formally borrowed from a grandstand with a drawn-in intermediate stage. The title Treppe–Bühne–Tribüne. Der liegende Abdruck. expresses an implicit diversity that symbolically also refers to the different areas of activity of the fire brigade.
The concrete used is coloured with red and orange colour pigments and lifts as a sculpture in the heterogeneous environment of the square. On the surfaces of the object, which point to the road, imprints of different materials can be seen – gravel, wood, hay – which refer on the one hand to the areas of operation of the fire brigade and on the other hand to the nature, which has reacaptured the area of the military training area in places. Three sculptural objects in the grandstand, also made of pigmented concrete, are to refer in their abstracted form to "insignia" of the fire brigade: boots, firefighter helmet and water hose.
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