Dystorted Reality is an ongoing photographic project that born from the desire to capture those shapes that, seen from a particular point of view, seem distorted or wrong or that they refer to other shapes such as animal, faces etc..
Any shape, from the fingers of a hand to the branches of a tree, when viewed accidentally from a particular perspective, seems to have the wrong form. If they would have been represented in a drawing or in a painting they would create confusion in the viewer by appearing strange.
Other photos instead capture shapes that are created completely randomly in different contexts, such as between the folds of a blanket, referring for example to the features of a face.
All the photos represent completely random elements that I find in my daily life and that are not manipulated or staged by me.