This 3D spatial design of this exhibition is simple and contemporary. The design respects Morrison’s hand-produced photographic prints, and reflects his extraordinary intimacy with the subject matter. The works themselves are contained within small square frames, and grouped close together (one and two high) to emphasise the narrative thread of photojournalism. The presentation of images as clustered groupings on the wall, allows visitors to easily view a number of images at once and draw connections between them. The stacking of images creates a dynamic and contemporary presentation with changing compositions for each thematic grouping: demonstration, opening worlds, on the street, portraits, distinct place, technique/craft. The square frame allows images to be easily presented as landscape or portrait format. The colours used throughout the exhibition space reflect the era of the 70s and mid 80s, with retro tones of grey, green and brown.