At one time, photography gave impetus to the development of modernism: all impressionisms, cubisms, and so on appeared due, among other things, to the fact that photography captured the space of a real display of reality. But, over time, I want to try to go beyond the image of real nature. Enter the world of images, strokes and sensations. By working with multiple exposure, I manage to get closer to the edge of photography and painting. When looking at the picture in general, it is still the same photograph, but upon closer examination it disintegrates into dashes and strokes of parts of the displayed objects. 

Here are collected individual images made in the technique of multiple exposure.