What happens when a tour guide gets deported and 17 German teachers are stranded in New York? Fabulous Agitation!
FabAgit comes to the rescue and temporarily shifts the spatial reality of these friendly educators.
FabAgit is maneuvering the crowd through the jungle... a perfect opportunity to test Fabulous Agitation as philosophy and way of traveling!
Stay tuned. Pictures are upcoming and the crowd is moving... Today Ellis Island, tomorrow United Nations and on Thursday EdLab!!
Like Jeannie(her blog post), I am also submitting a Knight New Challenge grant.
It's based around the broadcaster idea, public videobooths, etc., in the context of a local small business.
Some practice video pitches I made:
We hoisted lemonade up to the High Line.
We remixed the Bushwick block party.
And now we're going to the library!
TODAY! between 4.30 and 6pm FabAgit's next group of residents will take over Gottesman Library's Elevator at the Teachers College, Columbia University and turn it into a Pop Up Library and Instant Publishing House with live knowledge sharing, secret dropping and much more…
USE THE ELEVATOR AND BRING A PERSONAL ITEM!!
See you there.
This Friday [10-02-2009] our next group of residents will take over Gottesman Library's Elevator at the Teachers College, Columbia University and turn it into a Pop Up Library and Instant Publishing House with live knowledge sharing, secret dropping and much more...
Luther Cherry, Jade Highleyman, Caroline Spivack, Zoe Baker and Spencer Brown are currently students in residence at Eyebeam and affirmed Po...
Fabulous Agitation at Zaragoza
ok. so i installed a really simple booth in the first floor lobby. i even got a couple people to use it. ;)
i'm taking off until next monday but both brian and molly know how to restart it if it goes down.
i will be working with gonzalo and the rest of the design team to make a pretty version to live there ...
Fabulous Agitation got some profile on this week's Eyebeam newsletter. YEAH!
For updates keep checking in at Fabulous Agitation
We're absolutely delighted to announce that Fabulous Agitation will participate at this year's Conflux. On Sunday, September 20 as part of our residency program, the developers and engineers from NSA [Our first residents!] will take out one of our carts onto the water taxi, commuting between Pier 11 in Manhattan and IKEA in Red Hook, Brooklyn...
More after the break...
Fabulous Agitation is closing down their warm-up session. We tested four different projects/events, one yet to be introduced to you. We shall document, and evaluate them within the next week and after that shift our concentration to developing a new and proper website, building/customizing another portable art space/cart, planning further events and sending out resident invitations and catching up on some theory that has been sitting on our shelves.
Fabulous Agitation will keep you updated.
Meanwhile check out our new Flick...
= Fabulous Agitation is Testing The Road with Jeff & Steve
On Sunday morning [08-23] Fabulous Agitation took Jeff & Steve on a test ride. We turned a zipped car into a temporary platform of liberation and took off. We all needed to get out of town anyway - reasons of perspective. On our way we invited friends to join the ride and Victoria, the brave, did join us for a picnic out on the battlefield somewhere in New Jersey, close to the shore...