“In my work I use analogue techniques such as double and triple exposures as well as photograms to create fragmented images that are both real and fantastical,” says
Munn. Using several shots of her sitters from different angles, Munn makes gelatin silver prints, producing the lush
of her pictures. Formally, this is one of the artist’s abiding interests, as she utilizes a wide gamut of inky blacks, silvery grays, and bright whites. In Diaphanous
, Munn’s sitter is brightly lit with a strong, dark shadow behind her, achieving rich tonal depth with multiple exposures. Here, the body of her subject is tiled, with segments
or recreated with slight variation, expanding her and giving multiple angles of the same portion of her body or dress.