Photographer Anja Niemi, hailed by Art Review magazine as one of the 'Future Greats'.
Of her photographs, Niemi says: "I merge myself into the interior of rooms filled with layers of decay. Houses and buildings with a past but no future.
Their stories are written in the walls, and mine emerges in the interaction with them. When I stand in these empty rooms, their walls screaming out for my pity, and me screaming out for theirs, I try to remember that sweet moment of holding my breath. Then I take the picture.
To achieve the movement and dual imaging effect, Niemi uses a particular method. "The photographs are taken with a Hasselblad camera loaded with medium format negative film. The movement and dual-imaging is made possible with a long exposure, it varies from around five to twenty-five seconds.
Some of the effects, such as disappearing body parts, have also to do with were the light source is coming from, and lightness or darkness in the clothes and backgrounds. But they are all one exposure, one moment," she says.
Read our Anja Niemi Interview.