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‘Desert Heights’ by Olga Gordienko


Born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine, Olga Gordienko began her career as a model and has spent time in Singapore, Tokyo, Tel-Aviv, London, and Paris. During her travels, she says, “I began to form my own thoughts about this world; it’s inconsistency, strangeness and beauty. Awareness flowed into thoughts, thoughts into pictures. I began to use photography as a way to communicate and to expand my own and society's horizons.”

Of this image from Desert Heights, California, the artist writes, “The area is quite creepy. Especially when you get there in the middle of the night, and you sleep in a fragile wooden cabin and occasionally hear the sounds of a pack of coyotes yipping somewhere nearby. But once the sunlight breaks through, all that nighttime paranoia fades.”

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