This technique is based on cyanotype-process, one of the alternative photographic printing processes. It has light-sensitive iron salts which give a blue negative image.
I developed a technique that enables multiple exposures. The digital-negative films were developed three times and I applied white layers between each of the pictures to make them distict. Using rabbit-skin glue and different concentrations of white pigments, I allowed each layer to have a particular intensity.
The aim of this work was to highlight the difficulties that photography has when representing reality.