Inspired by photographers such as Eadweard Muybridge and Dr. Harold Edgerton, German photographer Martin Klimas uses his camera to capture ephemeral instances of motion and destruction. His works are of subjects seen in the razor-thin moments of transition and chaos.
Klimas graduated with a degree in Visual Communications and Photography from Düsseldorf, where he lives and works. He’s been exhibited in places such as Quebec, Berlin, TelAviv, Pittsburgh and San Francisco. Descriptions of his works and his process appear in the captions below.
Above image: Photograph by Martin Klimas of a ceramic figure in the process of destruction.
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