In Madrid, in traffic, men –above all– and women totally lose their autonomy. Physically tied to their cars, they are confined until they turn into mutants, inseparable men- machine. Opting to approach these situations from very close up, with the use of flash, and harsh settings, the photographer underlines the (generally denied) violence that the drivers – those who fell...
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