Iñigo Asis’s photographs, taken on Tokyo’s circle line, exploit the sense of ‘curtains opening’, when the unsuspecting passengers momentarily confront the waiting photographer.

Standing in front of the camera has never been so annoying. But the point is that from this uncomfortable situation the most fascinating facial expressions emerge: hidden details of the contained anger created by the impotence to do anything about it.

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