Joanne Masding discussed 'bugs' that she likes, with images projected. Her particular favourites included green shield bugs, which you might see in your garden (below, I think this is the same image she used).
She said she liked to imagine what it might be like to be an insect, and referred to ants which work together like a 'super organism' and know their roles. I recognised this idea or desire from Christianity; in the Bible it says 'in Christ we who are many form one body', and I think it is meant more than metaphorically.
Tom Ireland spoke about his enthusiasm for the Apollo space program, which put men on the moon. He described it as being a massive thing which was beyond his comprehension. Despite the program's (1961-1975) 'relative historical proximity', he explained the inadequacies of his experience of it via the internet - 'reduced to images'. I found his genuine awe for an idea, something he had never seen, really interesting and perhaps related to utopia, religion or the sublime.