In-camera multiple exposures on film.
The process involves shooting an entire roll of film of a specific subject, rewinding the film back into the canister, and shooting the roll again, this time with a different subject. For example, I shoot a roll of environment shots in nature, rewind the film canister, put it back in the camera, and shoot over each frame with a human figure in the studio.
The layered images may or may not line up with each other, depending on how the film loads the second time. Sometimes days, weeks, or months go by between shooting each layer of images. I don't keep track of what images appeared in each frame, or try to plan harmonious compositions.
All of these factors combine to create images that sometimes appear completely random and sometimes oddly purposeful. In fact, they are both, in the same way we are both.
The resulting rectangle of film is a permanent imprint of a tiny moment of chaos, chance, accident, luck, god, or whatever term you use to describe the seemingly unexpected experiences and juxtapositions we encounter that make up our existence and our self.