The wagon, that was build by a group of students in 2018 as an activist platform and dynamic collective, as an infrastructure to spatialise and collecitvize political participation in urban space. The operators of the wagon strive to be faceless, using the yellow wagon as a symbol, an object of recognizability, as the spot to gather people around. Willing to undermine hierarchies within community, everybody is walking, dancing, playing on the street-level. Trying to offer those a (non-)stage, who due to hegemonic structures often don‘t get the deserved attention. Initially founded to act on the Vienna Gay Pride, the wagon appears on demonstrations against the right-wing, racist, capitalist politics, on charity parties for feminist and liberal institutions or collectives and other events which respond to current mischief. On our trips provisions, hindering luggage and coats of sweating participants end up there. In order to move, the strenght of the crowd is necessary. A temporary tent structure was built in 2019, which can be stored inside the wagon and built up with only a few hands. It protects the equipment on the wagon from heat, serves as a awning for people, as a screen for projections and as a vertical landmark in demonstrations.