(b 1981, Manyu) Lives and works at Bɔ Bɛtɔk* :
Eyongakpa’s ideas and artwork experiences , habitually mimics/ evokes or employs the elements and natural processes, phenomena. His ideas increasingly draw from indigenous knowledge systems, ethnobotany, applied mycology and technology. He is also known for itinerant research spaces and autonomous art hubs; KHaL! SHRINE (Yaounde, (2007-2013), Bɔ́ Bɛtɔk/ ɛfúkúyú, (Gulf of Guinea/ Western Europe, 2017-). The artist’s work has been shared/experienced at several gatherings and venues around the world.