The world of art is one that encourages provocation. From as far back as humanity can be traced, we have been known to produce artworks. The 2020 discovery of the Sulawesi warty pig painting in an Indonesian limestone cave added a few tens of thousands of years to archaeological record books.
Professors Maxime Aubert and Adam Brumm were part of an international team that discovered the painting what has been approximated to be 45,500 years since it was rendered on the stone walls of the Leang Tedongnge cave. However, with all this rich history, developments in means of making art have not ceased to arise, only now there’s an extra participant the world is set to learn more about.
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