The image shows a long time exposure of an abstract sculpture (~ 7 metres tall) called "Kinetisches Objekt". The top two segments are powered by an engine and always move in opposite directions.
Biography: Oliver Raschka studied industrial economics and economic psychology. He lives in Stuttgart, Germany and has been an independent photographer for over 15 years. The overall topic of his photographic work is the disclosure of urban structures and patterns lying beneath human perception using hard black and white contrasts and multiple exposures as stylistic devices. His works has been published in group and solo exhibitions and in international and national magazines.