London-based photographer and filmmaker Klaus Thymann exhibits his latest work 'After the Crash,' which is based around diffraction-limited and fusion of lasers. The exhibit takes a look at combining art and science while experimenting with modern versions of digital photography.
Klaus Thymann uses mirrors as abstract objects and white walls to create borderlines generating cosmic-like bursts of colorful energy. Klaus Thymann's use of light creates and utilizes additive color mixing, using RGB lasers to see how the constnt mixes with hues of blue and violet results in shorter wave lengths and a striking contrasted outcome.
Klaus Thymann showcases his latest work diffraction-limited lasers at Rome’s Museo Orto Botanico or view the entire collection of photos by Klaus Thymann at Dazed Digital.