" Freedom of error and the aesthetics of chance play a major role in the urban settings of Aitor Estévez, who uses photographic methods based on the intriguing beauty in fortunate technical accidents, serendipities that marked the beginning of a long process of experimentation, ( ...) that allow the artist to transform uninspiring surroundings into suburban kaleidoscopes of multiple space-time facets. Converting the empty time wandering around the city into an unusual experience that makes us feel the vertigo of the provisory, the fleeting perception of daily moments, but also the dramatic intensity trapped in every instant. The simultaneity of times and overlapping spaces seek the emergence of latencies, weaving spectra of the past with future expectations. Each image is disfigured and reconfigured before our eyes, is deconstructed and reconstructed favouring the disintegration of a single point of view, because reality becomes imprecise and unstable. Optical games that provide confusion of yesterday and tomorrow, of reality and its reflection. "