"Cliché-verre means literally 'glass picture'. It is also known as glass etching or hyalography (back to the old business of dredging the Greek and Latin dictionaries for fancy names - in this case the Greek word for glass). The method was used regularly to good effect by the French painters Corot and Millet. It is essentially a hand drawn negative and as such is difficult for historians and students of old processes to categorise. Perhaps it illustrates the currently held view that the artist's ideas are more important than the medium through which they are expressed."
analogue photography, multi-exposure
I'm lying on the ground, I fall in the green damp moss.
Tiredness flows out of me. Around me it's dark, but under the eyelids I feel the light. I look around and I see myself. My body begins to be transparent, I merge into the ground. Moss is cold and rough, irritates my skin. Slowly, greenness is pierced by me, engulfe me. We are merging into unity.