Eaton Place, London Eaton Place, London

by 
Max Colson

Limited edition of 50
Incl. signed and numbered certificate
€275
Year 2019
Size 42 × 59.5 [cm]
Paper Type Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag
Print Type Archival pigment print
Year 2019
Size 42 × 59.5 [cm]
Pages Canson Infinity Platine Fibre Rag
ISBN Archival pigment print

About the artist

Max Colson’s practice examines the relationship between architecture and landscape, and how it impresses on society. Appropriating laser-scanning technologies to create intricate 3D renderings of street views in London, the artist ponders what might become of human memory in light of data’s potential to replace it.

“Max Colson employs technologies at the very limits of what might be considered photography, recently using LIDAR scanners, a laser-based surveying technology used by architects and engineers to document sites prior to redevelopment.”
Lewis Bush

“I’m very interested in the types of media that are exploring the lens of what is deemed photographic”
Max Colson

Studio images courtesy of artist

Max Colson

London, UK

Employing anything from 3D animation and rendering software to laser scanning technology, Max Colson’s practice examines the relationship between architecture and landscape, and how it impresses on society. Moving within these mediums, Max critiques and satirises the work of those who use them – real estate developers, architects, policymakers – all the while questioning the limits of what we conceive as photography. Born and raised in London, much of his research centres on the socio-economic climate of the city and the UK at large.

About the artist

Max Colson’s practice examines the relationship between architecture and landscape, and how it impresses on society. Appropriating laser-scanning technologies to create intricate 3D renderings of street views in London, the artist ponders what might become of human memory in light of data’s potential to replace it.

“Max Colson employs technologies at the very limits of what might be considered photography, recently using LIDAR scanners, a laser-based surveying technology used by architects and engineers to document sites prior to redevelopment.”
Lewis Bush

“I’m very interested in the types of media that are exploring the lens of what is deemed photographic”
Max Colson

Studio images courtesy of artist

Max Colson

London, UK

Employing anything from 3D animation and rendering software to laser scanning technology, Max Colson’s practice examines the relationship between architecture and landscape, and how it impresses on society. Moving within these mediums, Max critiques and satirises the work of those who use them – real estate developers, architects, policymakers – all the while questioning the limits of what we conceive as photography. Born and raised in London, much of his research centres on the socio-economic climate of the city and the UK at large.

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