"Our Land" by Odirile Makaku
1536 x 2048 pixels
Original Digital Art Work
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Odirile Makaku is a self-taught digital artist who creates her art on her phone, currently based in Johannesburg, South Africa, who enjoys a majority of mediums in the creative world. As an artist, she believes that art is more like a religion, a spiritual journey where insanity meets illusion.
ABOUT THE ARTWORK:
KAFFIR SERIES 1 Kaffir; a racial slur used during apartheid by oppressors to racially profile minorities of a particular skin color.
This Series is a take on the living conditions of the majority of the black community residing within South African townships. A reminder of living conditions and what we face on a regular basis. A continuation of Ofentse Seshabela Smoking Gun Series, shot by Lawrence Jadezweni.
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