We ran across German photographer Martin Klimas some years ago, so he’s probably made the rounds on the internet a time or two. We think he deserves another one. Here’s an artist’s statement from a 2007 show:
Martin Klimas may carefully control his studio environment, but his pictures are greatly left to chance. With a strobe light and one sheet of film, Klimas captures each individual experience of a porcelain figurine being dropped and obliterated. As the statuettes in his pictures fall to their fragile demise, Klimas is able to capture a new structure that only exists for an instant.
We’ll give you just one example:
(Click on photo to enlarge.)
Much more to see over at the website of Martin Klimas.