Max Colson is an artist utilizing images, animation and design to discover the segregation and management of city house. He was artist-in-residence on the UCL City Laboratory between (2014-2015), a place funded by the Leverhulme Belief. Digital Management: Safety and the City Creativeness, his first solo exhibition, was hosted on the Royal Institute of British Architects (2015). His work has been featured in a broad vary of publications throughout structure, design and images, together with Icon (2015), Structure Right this moment (2015) and Hotshoe Worldwide (2013). He has exhibited broadly in group exhibits in London (2015), Berlin (2014), and Holland (2015). He was chosen as one of many UK winners of the Flash Ahead Rising Photographer competitors (2013).
Cover and Search is a documentary images mission created by the photojournalist Adam Walker-Smith. Instigated by his discovery of the panorama design programme ‘Crime Prevention By way of Environmental Design’ (‘CPTED’), Walker-Smith realised that prime safety areas not solely nudge human behaviour by means of panorama design but in addition cover and soften these makes an attempt by means of the strategic deployment of vegetation; this illuminating discovering led to what might solely be described as an intense scepticism as to the ‘innocence’ of all flora in these areas. The ensuing images dramatically illuminate what he sees because the ‘suspect’ vegetation of excessive safety city areas (these vegetation are so-called for posing as ‘harmless’ ornament while truly being hidden elements of the safety equipment).