“Fugue State” by Photographer Max Mikulecky

Originally from Witchita, Kansas, Brooklyn-based photographer Max Mikulecky cites his Midwest upbringing as a primary influence on his work. His photographs explore issues of the human condition as a result of economic and social change.

Taken over the course of a month, while following the historic Santa Fe Trail from Missouri to New Mexico, “Fugue State” is a collection of photographs that examine the changing landscape of the American west and the notion of self-identity.

See more from “Fugue State” below!

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