Photographer Klaus Thymann is currently exhibiting a series of enigmatic new images featuring diffraction-limited lasers as part of a group show at Rome’s Museo Orto Botanico…
Titled After The Crash, the show brings together artworks that explore the connections between art and science. Thymann’s contribution was created over the last 12 months; shot in-camera using long exposures, the series is a mixture of abstract images and portraiture.
More of Thymann’s work can be viewed online at thymann.com.
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