Grrrowth feels


This is what grrrowth feels like.

“Focused” is a small collection of only two pointillistic artworks, which use a ‘double-vision’ effect to hold the audience and asks us to look a little longer, in an attempt to focus. “In a sense, I think this collection can be interpreted as a reset to our short attention span as a modern society.”


“The art journey began when I was about 5 years old, and ever since, I could not stop creating art because of the indescribable feeling that the creative process gave me was too euphoric and liberating to ignore. Throughout primary school I have been seeking validation and recognition from teachers but they never saw my potential. However in high school, I decided to take a different approach by creating art for me and that’s where I began to discover my magic and the recognition was a bonus. This was what was going through my mind during the creation of this artwork. It’s easy for us as people to get caught up working on ourselves and fail to acknowledge the incredible growth that we have made simply because our current state is not the destination.”

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About the artist

Karabo Dire is a visual artist from Soweto, Johannesburg who uses an experimental approach in creating art that reflects and expresses his thoughts in the contradictory visual reality of the area and environment he’s from. He primarily uses pointillism, (also known as ‘stippling’) to create his surreal artwork. “Each dot represents an individual of an unknown gender, race or background which are unified by the audience who immediately sees one complete image in the final artwork.”

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