Who gets to decide what’s appropriate for public consumption? This is the question asked by Unit London’s latest exhibition, Sensitive Content, which brings together the work of artists, like Renee Cox, Penny Slinger, Micol Hebron, and Pussy Riot, who’ve experienced censorship first-hand. From sex to politics, each artist featured in the show infuses nuanced perspectives and taboo subject matter into their practice. As a result, their work has been censored in some way – either through seizure or, more recently, online flagging. With the collection of artworks on display spanning decades, Sensitive Content explores what has and hasn’t changed since the rise of post-World War II civil rights movements; and shines a light on work that explores the marginalised viewpoints that pose a threat to mainstream narratives.