Describe your project.
Foosball is the table soccer game with movable poles and spinning soccer players. Human Foosball is the same game writ large and featuring human children hanging from movable bars kicking wildly. We'll build the game, recruit the children and unveil the maiden game with a splash in some prominent spot in the city.
How will you use the grant to make your idea happen?
We need the Feast Mass cash to buy supplies—steel poles, bearings, lumber and misc hardware. With a Feast Mass grant, 10 lucky children will be able to compete in the first ever Human Foosball game, and countless onlookers will be able to be doubled over with laughter while it happens.
Why and to whom is your project important?
As creators of the Museum of Bad Art, King Pong, Disposable Theatre, and the Summer of Wuv, we know we have what it takes to create a contraption for endangering children and amusing the public.
If you win, what is the expected status of your project by the time the next Feast Mass rolls around in 3–4 months?
By next Feast Mass we will have built Human Foosball, recruited young players and publicly staged the first ever Human Foosball competition in a public space in Boston—with plenty of media in attendance.