From Los Angeles, the photographer Davis Ayer brings us photographs full of mysticism. His specialty: the double exposure. This technique involves merging two images, using a long shutter from the camera made either by developing this juxtaposition of two photographs in post-production. In his work, Davis dominates this aesthetic and manages to create scenes that feel real, but with an added touch of unreality, where sunsets, colors, textures and people become a visual enigma. They are ephemeral images that inhabit several worlds at once, and invite the viewer to get lost in all these realities.