Didn't manage to get your hands on a ticket to Banksy's Dismaland exhibition before it closed? You can now get your fix of the street artist's 'bemusement park' in London, because one of the installations is going on show in a disused railway arch in Southwark. The artwork is Jimmy Cauty's 'Aftermath Dislocation Principle', a dystopian model village which has been totally deserted apart from a huge police presence.
The artwork took nine months to put together but Cauty isn't done yet. He'll be creating a new section of the model on-site – a bonkers-sounding spiral city complete with a solid gold pyramid as a kind of 'police paradise' – so that visitors can see the process in action, too.
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37 America Street, SE1 0NJ. Until 28 Jan, Wed–Sun. £4.