This series started with an interest in photographing doors: church doors, residence doors, public building doors. Years later, I discovered that I was more keen on the capturing the concept of entrances. I think that every entrance is, conveniently, a broader, meaning for access or permission. Ultimately, it should lead to, freedom. By removing the attention from the material object to the path that leads into somewhere, I use my photos to refer to entrance, but without suggesting that anyone will necessarily enter. Michel Foucault said that a door is an essential creation of modern society because it makes prisons so efficient mechanisms of social control. Therefore, in the name of this sense of liberation, my work captures this view of entrances as mix of nostalgia e historical that end up looking as though they are mystical pathways..