In the Escape series I present two ways of capturing the image, one with a Fisheye lens obtaining an image with a circular aspect of 180 degrees and another with lenses that vary from wide angle to tele with a more conventional format.
In this series, I pursue answers to the question that has always accompanied my photographs: how does each person look at the world and the other? Based on this question, I try to break the separation between photographer, spectator and photographed, which the Escape series achieves by questioning linear perspective and its image model as a window to look at the world.
Pairing a traditional image with a vanishing point and an image generated by the Fisheye lens, this series suggests a more involving record, with the edges that seem to also encompass the space of the photographer and the spectator.
Escape started with the theme of landscape, naturally related to the idea of a window. From there, my interest in the interiors of religious places arose, softening, with the curve of the lens, the defining lines of temple architecture, as if softening what is considered the truth about the world.