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Artificial Sensibility / London's Calling Preview Event: In Photos 22 September 2017

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Scarlett Cannon (left) and Juliana Sissons reminiscing about the 1980s, over the content of the vitrines in London’s Calling.

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Scarlett and Tom… Scarlett also brought her dog, Maude along… be sure to follow @scarlettandmaude on Instagram for more.

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Scarlett met up with long time friend and NTU Photography lecturer Emily Andersen last night, too.

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Juliana Sissons chatting with Joey and Camille (It’s Our Playground), in front of Simon Callery’s newly installed work, Wiltshire Modulor (small, 2010-2013)

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After everybody left, It’s Our Playground stuck around to document their show before they return to Paris…

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It’s Our Playground: Jocelyn Villemont and Camille Le Houezec

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