"Cyanotypes are unique photographic prints created by placing objects on a photosensitive surface. Using a light-sensitive chemical mixture, the cyanotypes were created by placing objects directly on the surface of the coated paper and exposing it to daylight, resulting in blue photograms commonly known as “blueprints.” Continuing her live-cinema performances, Cnaani places film celluloid, silhouettes, paper cutouts, tiny objects, and broken glass over the coated paper to create short, iconic, and enigmatic scenes. Working in photography without camera, Cnaani welcomes many technological failures that produce images that live in a space between photography and painting, giving her cyanotypes rich pictorial qualities."