ENGLISH TEACHER, 25
The themes they were looking at were interesting, and there was something very unsettling about the places they've chosen to document. They've done it well - it's like being taken on a tour of somewhere you wouldn't normally go. I think they've judged it very well: you can really feel what they're trying to get at.
PHOTOGRAPHERS' AGENT, 26
I felt uncomfortable every time I walked into a space because I had to decide where to position myself. Often someone else would come in, and I was challenged not only to watch what was going on, but to work with others in the room. That's what I found most interesting. I didn't know their work, but I learnt a lot today.
RETAIL MANAGER, 49
I didn't think of it as art: I saw it as technology. If that is modern art then fair enough, and it gives you a message. But without a computer it wouldn't have been possible. It was very effective at creating the mood. It didn't feel like I was watching it; rather I felt I was a part of it.
I thought it was quite boring, really. I didn't understand what they were trying to say or show to people. Maybe it belongs in a cinema rather than an art gallery, and I thought the photos were pointless. It was visual, but if they were making a political point I didn't get it.