Known for his large-scale, kaleidoscopic photographs of landscapes and cityscapes, Jacob Felländer uses manipulated analogue cameras to capture multiple exposures in a single image. Felländer has travelled extensively and experimented with capturing the entire world on a single, multi-exposed negative, as well as incorporating drawing and painting into his photography. “When is an image more a film than a photograph? When is a photograph more a painting than a photograph? The border territory fascinates me,” he has said. Felländer’s influences include Turner, Caravaggio, Rembrandt, Anselm Kiefer, and Robert Frank.