The steadily growing archive of Perverse Translation contains series of images. These series are chronologically numbered and categorized into four sections.
A: Not personal, with people.
B: Not personal, without people.
C: Personal, with people.
D: Personal, without people
Burger attempts to specify normality by organizing visual material is in an ongoing archive presented in a quasi empirical descriptive ordering. The archive consists of a set of principles in order to define the impossibility of representation without a cultural, ethical or social prejudice. Examples of such principles are the use of a straightforward amateuristic and functional aesthetic form, and the specific choice of subjects that should remain within the ordinary.