The Spanish photographer Oscar Monzón shot the series Karma between 2009 and 2013. The series has a strong and immodest aesthetic based on the paradoxical sensation of being in a private space visible to all, allowing viewers to witness intimate moments and the most personal of acts. Through details of skin, materials, expressions and situations, these “stolen” flash photos embody the singular relationship between a driver and his vehicle.
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