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Brief Published: 17 Jun 2011

Klaus Thymann’s Laser Colours


London-based filmmaker Klaus Thymann’s latest photographic series used coloured lasers to develop stunning colourscapes and portraits. Produced for After The Crash – the current exhibition at Rome’s Museo Orto Botanico – the series addresses additive colour mixing using diffraction-limited lasers as light sources.

Thymann’s light experiments show an increasing fascination with illuminated colour, and the vivid hues associated with modern light sources such as LEDs and OLEDs.

After The Crash runs from June 11-18 2011.