I came across the work of Todd McLellan on the Telegraph website recently. I love the concept and execution. I also think it is reminiscent of the work of Cornelia Parker in 1991 for the Tate Turner Prize, where she had a garden shed blown up by the British Army and suspended the fragments as if suspending the explosion process in time. In the centre was a light which cast the shadows of the wood dramatically on the walls of the room. Work titled Cold Dark Matter: An Exploded View.