#1 - Shaun James is using tools and materials to develop work, then inviting guests to manipulate and change it, charting its evolution.
#2 - Holly Genevieve is developing a video installation entitled Barbershop Quartet, filming in the eight barber shops local to g39.
#3 - Harrison Banfield and Jack Rees are working with found footage from internet and social network sources, resulting in a multi-screen audiovisual installation. They share a UNIT with Paul R Jones and Guy Mayman working as Datamosh, sifting through the collections of analogue sources, 35mm slides, video and audio cassettes to the same ends.
#4 - Holly Ford is working sculpturally with child-like play to help us discover how objects work.
#5 - David Sopwith is producing sculpture based around human interaction and movement. He is followed by Jack Burton and Rafal Zajko’s Esperanto Café, a series of events exploring how different countries and places affect creative output.
#6 - Mark Houghton and Kelly Best are exploring the dynamics of a newly formed collaboration through production in a shared UNIT space.
#7 - Bob Gelsthorpe is following his Warp internship with a creative look at the role studios play in the production of work, and the state of studio provision.