Born in 1990 in Lviv, Ukraine, now living and working in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, and Malmö, Sweden. Her work seeks to find an epistemic basis on which the world can be shaped and given an order. Handcraft, uniqueness, and invisible aura that can exist in serial works and is in contrast with the reproduction, copy, and mass-manufactured goods. Hunts are like a sculptor or installation artist who uses photography as a tool. The information changes and shifts between analogue and digital, between two- dimensional and three-dimensional. She sees this shifting as a great source of inspiration and uses it to show the complexity of today’s world. Perception of reality is influenced by the image that we have seen before. She is charmed by the struggle between the human interpretation and experience of the environment and reality itself, and the role of art in this fight. With each project, she tries to challenge the audience’s trust in the veracity of the medium and its mechanisms as a system of representation. In exposing the various artifices of the photographic medium she questions how and why photography acquires a seductive truthfulness in the eyes of its viewers.