If you didn't manage to see Banksy's Dismaland exhibition in Weston Super-Mare last year, you're in luck. One of the installations, which went on display in London in November last year, is returning to the capital to go on display in Hackney Wick. Given recent events, it seems appropriate that the artwork is Jimmy Cauty's 'Aftermath Dislocation Principle', a dystopian model village, which shows Britain in chaos. Sound familiar?
But it's not all doom and gloom, the installation will be on display outside Crate Brewery, which means you can sip on craft beer and chow down on pizza as you admire/try not to weep at the dystopian artwork.
The model village version is outside Crate Brewery, which is at 7 The White Building, Queen's Yard, E9 5EN. Until July 1. Free.