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Artist constructs ‘north Kensington’s answer to the Serpentine’

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Artist Arabella Dorman has built a temporary ‘people’s pavilion’ in London’s Notting Hill as part of the InTRANSIT Festival 

The Portobello Pavilion, which has been constructed in Powis Square, replicates the buildings found in the Calais and Dunkirk migrant camps and has been built using found materials.

According to the artist the pavilion is ‘radical north Kensington’s answer to the Serpentine.’

Throughout the course of its stay on the squarre, the structure will host a variety of creative activities aiming to encourage dialogue around planning, regeneration and social housing.

The pavilion is in Powis Square, Notting Hill until 26 June.

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