Kitsane’s distorted art opens room for creativity

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Nineteen-year-old local visual artist, Salome Iris Kitsane, has decided to focus on distorted artworks.

In an interview with Arts & Culture, Kitsane explained that she went for that kind of art because she felt it was the root of creativity. She said when other artists were already making realistic artworks, she wanted to be different and stand out.

The artist, who is currently doing her first year at University of Botswana, added that she had done realistic art but felt like it limited her imagination.

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