The smallest possible denominator of democratic practice is constituted if two individuals of opposing opinion sit at a table in order to talk things out together. Because not everyone may be reached and much less talked to personally, communication usually takes a much more subtle path, especially if this dialogue involves the people and its representatives. The eminent social philosopher Pierre Bourdieu has defined democracy as balance between those in power and those who rebel against them. The weapons brought to the large battlefields by the artist are generally deemed more dangerous than bayonets and machine guns. Humour, a sense of justice and subversive provocation form both the roughest and subtlest finger that may be pointed to the greatest ills of society. The Wa is among those who have learned to observe closely and to express themselves even more accurately. His constructive communication by way of the objects of both public and private life is of such great subtlety that it simply cannot be missed.