Boogie ushers an art revolution

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Lauryn ‘Boogie’ Kebualemang is convinced digital art – a form still alien to Botswana – will not be a sideshow forever. Kebualemang’s pioneering works may just pave way for digital art in the country.

While digital art is an umbrella tag under which any kind of design falls, her art comes so close to sketching that a layman can easily mistake it for traditional art.

Perhaps the only distinguishing pointer would be the texture and quality when printed on paper.  “This is digital art, which is a wide variety of stuff. In my case it is classified as art in terms of drawing,” Kebualemang said.

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