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PLONK! - The architecture of London's infrastructure | LFA 2018

16 June - 17 June
Organized by: Luke O'Donovan
Venue: , Doomed Gallery Dalston
65-67 Ridley Road
E8 2NP

PLONK! is the architectural photographer Luke O’Donovan’s debut solo exhibition, which will be

exhibited as part of the London Festival of Architecture 2018, at Doomed Gallery, Dalston. The project

examines the role of infrastructure in modern London’s architectural identity, posing the question of

whether the city will ever have a coherent infrastructure plan, or if infrastructure will continue to be

‘plonked’ into wherever cities have space.

PLONK! will be exhibited from 11am – 7pm on 16th and 17th June at Doomed Gallery, Dalston, as part

of LFA 2018, with free entry and no advance booking required. There will also be a limited run of zines

of the project available at an affordable price.

More information and email signups available at lukeodonovan.co.uk