Kira Bunse picked up her polaroid camera again after a long break, without noticing that she had forgotten to pull the last picture she had shot 1 1/2 years prior. She was surprised by the resulting accident.
Double exposures became her new playground. Models pulled out of average situations, out of the commercial context and found in apparently unrelated situations. A human body fused with an un-plastered wall, the hint of a row of houses, the sea shore and a bed sheet.
To look at Kira Bunse's Trouble Exposures is to be seduced by the complex layers that is the defining motif. The world is upside down, stone patterns, reflections and naked skin overlap in a compression palimpsest. The stimulus, in the willful combination of photographic precision and random coincidence, becomes a poetry of layers.