Dina Belenko is a Russian artist located in Khabarovsk, in the Russian Federation. This still life and conceptual photographer aims to tell magical stories about inanimate objects and believes that every object contains a kind of "folded story" inside itself. Things these objects can tell include what they saw, who held them, who accidentally broke them, and who lovingly gathered up the pieces and repaired them. They keep a sense of human presence, something invisible but clear. These are the stories she tries to find and capture.
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