Sthenjwa Luthuli: Dr Wayne Dooling on Unearthing Archeologies of South Africa
Reflecting on Sthenjwa Luthuli's solo exhibition, Inzalo Ye Langa: Birthplace of the Sun, Dr Wayne Dooling, Senior Lecturer in the History of Southern Africa at SOAS, unearths the deeper histories of…
Fariha Róisín's essay explores the Bollywood inspirations behind Preetika Rajgariah's bold and vibrant paintings on yoga mats.
Ryan Hewett, Robert Delaunay & Orphism
Ryan Hewett’s latest solo exhibition with Unit London is concerned with beginnings and the onward connections from various starting points.
Shibuya, Rothko & Kawara
Month, Sho Shibuya’s first exhibition with Unit London, is a meditative examination of the crossovers between time, personal experience and global events.
Sthenjwa Luthuli & Yinka Shonibare
In the wake of Sthenjwa Luthuli’s second solo exhibition with Unit London - Inzalo Ye Langa: Birthplace of the Sun - we take a closer look at the similarities between…
Of the Times by Grace Ebert
Working on freshly printed pages of The New York Times, Shibuya began his daily sunrises during the early days of the Covid-19 pandemic when time seemed to collapse in on…
Beautiful Errors by Bergit Arends
Explore Maxim Zhestkov's inspirations and influences for his debut solo exhibition, Simulation Hypothesis, through Dr Bergit Arends' analysis of his practice.
If you missed our latest group exhibition, London Calling, delve deeper into the multifaceted circle of London-based artists. Spanning across generations, this showcase unravels the profound connection these artists share…
Rex Southwick & David Hockney
Explore the similarities between Rex Southwick and David Hockney's practices, looking at the way these artists employ colour and draw inspirations from nature and architecture.
On Corporeal Code
Dr Jess Aslan, a professor and musician interested in using machine learning for musical generation, delves into the etymology behind ‘generative’ and how digital artists are engaging in embodied practices…
Generations of Generative Music
Join us on a journey through the rich, and at times contested, history of computer music, explored by Atau Tanaka, Professor of Media Computing at Goldsmiths to accompany our latest…
Unique Together: On Generative Music and Worldbuilding
Tero Parviainen, a musical software developer who has worked closely with Boreta, considers generative sound in relation to virtual worldbuilding, offering a fresh perspective on how to experience computer music…
Why do we make Generative Music?
Long term Brian Eno collaborator Peter Chilvers offers his take on why artists employ computers and algorithms to make music.
Full, Messy and Beautiful
Hettie Judah’s essay outlines the impact that motherhood has on the artist and her ability to make, show and sell work.