Introducing the African Afrofuturist

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eye-catching Visual artist Mark Modimola uses blue hues and textured methods to give his work an intrinsic story. Photo : Supplied
eye-catching Visual artist Mark Modimola uses blue hues and textured methods to give his work an intrinsic story. Photo : Supplied

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In recent days, another art movement has been taking over the space, as artists and patrons of the arts find joy and comfort in the world of Afrofuturism and Afrofuturistic art.

This cultural aesthetic was coined by culture critic Mark Derry in 1994. It is a philosophy that explores how the African diaspora is developing when it comes to art and technology.

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