1. Lead artist for Deptford X Festival 2015.

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  2. Arnaud Desjardin for Deptford X 2015

    Deptford Gold was a fleeting and ephemeral token of appreciation of
    the artist towards Deptford, its population and its territory. Part
    performance, part scatter-piece Deptford Gold was a simple gift of
    paper trinkets glinting in the Deptford sunshine.

    Arnaud Desjardin is an artist and a publisher based in South London.
    He was born in France in 1969 and has lived in London since 1996.

    Filmed by Yasaman Banitaba
    Edited by Sinead Kempley

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  3. Deptford X 2015 presented more than 360 established and emerging artists across ten days of site-specific installations, group exhibitions, open studios, tours, workshops, one-off performances and events. The 2015 festival was titled ‘DEPTFORD CONVERSATIONS’ and involved 50 diverse venues across Deptford, South East London including galleries, studios, pubs, historic churches, high street shops, cafes, libraries, the cells of an old police station, two phone boxes and a bus stop.

    Filmed by Sinead Kempley and Yasaman Banitaba
    Edited by Sinead Kempley

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  4. Featuring X Currency

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  5. Nearest Neighbours is a site-specific multi-channel installation exhibited as part of Deptford X contemporary art festival 2015.

    The work, created by Ian Gouldstone, is on display from the 25th of September until the 4th of October in the window of The Salvation Army, 144 Deptford High Street, SE8 3PQ.

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