Alejandro Lescay Hierrezuelo's characters seem trapped in a trance. In one of his series, they even discuss the terrible need to say something when they have no mouth to express it. It is a fierce expressionism at times, which has more to do with metaphorical implications than with mere plastic concretion.
In other series, man inhabits dreamlike landscapes, not precisely peaceful. There are always "forces" that make the picture more complex. The line is hard, determined; The artist avoids "softness" in the color palette. It is about maintaining a tension that challenges the viewer: a “staging” that emphasizes drama.
Alejandro Lescay Hierrezuelo recreates the climax of each situation. Theirs is to highlight the conflict. Even in the most faithful portraits disturbing elements are introduced. The viewer may notice a craving for movement, an impulse with barely repressed. It's as if those characters wanted to get out of their frames.