Three years on, we look at the strange legacy of Banksy’s Dismaland


#TIA – On the one hand, you should probably know about Bansky Dismaland. On the other hand, perhaps not

“Three years ago, Farhath Siddiqui woke up on the morning of August 14th ready for another day of training following a casting call that had gone out a few weeks prior. The casting call detailed upcoming filming to take place in the once thriving – then abandoned – Weston-super-Mare seafront Lido; Tropicana. Totally unaware, Farhath and the hundred other ‘actors’ hired for a non-existent motion picture film were to become part of one of the most provocative large-scale guerrilla art installations in decades: Banksy’s Dismaland.”

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