“Agita” is an Italian word translated literally to mean “heartburn”
Many Italian-Americans use the word Agita to describe a state of irritation or extreme annoyance… “Artistic Agita is a self-made term describing a form of art impossible to ignore. I feel if there’s something annoying, irritating or agitating it’s impossible to ignore. And similar to a feeling of heartburn I want the artwork I create to be impossible to ignore”
Art Against Apathy is a movement from the mind of Artist/Activist/Survivor, Ross “Dickie” Pierro using various venues and multiple mediums to change the world in the loudest, most creative way possible. A global and unified group of artists, activists and supporters of all formats of revolution taking a stand against an apathetic society.