Franz Josef Altenburg
Sprout Arte
Heidi Bach Hentze
Pavel Banka
Sarah Bartmann
Dylan Bowen
Theodora Chorafas
Anne Courier
Michael Cleff
Clémentine Dupré
Hans Fischer
Lázlo Fekete
Jennifer Forsberg
Zsuzsa Füzesi-Heierli
Tomoko Fujisaki
Eirik Gjedrem
Joop Haring
Simon Horn
Myriam Jiménez Huertas
Kirsten Jäschke
Motoko Katsuta
Anna Dorothea Klug-Faßlrinner
Mie Kongo
Torbjørn Kvasbø
Oyekan Lawson
Klaus Lehmann
Sunbin Lim
Deirdre McLoughlin
Michael Moore
Christoph Möller
Yuriy Musatov
Johannes Nagel
Svein Narum
Pit Nicolas
Juan Orti
Rafa Pérez
Valda Podkalne
Heidi Preuss Grew
Michael Puszczynski
Hasan Sahbaz
Silvia Siemes
József Zsolt Simon
Inger Södergren
Kyra Spieker
Julen Ussia Guillén
Fritz Vehring
Vera Vehring
Jindra Viková
József Zakar
Friederike Zeit
Nataliya Zuban

ZStomach, Porcelain, 16 x 40,6 x 46,6 cm

Oyekan Lawson | *1961 | London , England | Intonation 2013

I have what I call my own personal crusade against social exclusion of people because of differences, which leads to social marginalization, excluding individuals from fully participating in life and denying the full human potential of another. Over the years in response to this crusade or as part of crusade I have crafted / tempered or forged my Art like a finely worked steel arrow and focused where I can pierce key aspects / targets on the dartboard of humanity. Those arrows of constructive collaborative Artists works aim at strategic sites which facilitate direct accessible personal intellectual engagement with people.