Agnes Dene’s restaging of A Wheatfield - A Confrontation at Dalston Mill.
Unfortunately, while it’s interesting to see wheat growing on a patch of waste land in Hackney, it doesn’t have the visual impact of the original piece; London doesn’t seem to lend itself to vistas the same way many American cities do (perhaps because they’re nearer to the coast?)¹
That’s not to say it’s not worth visiting. There’s a nice bar (presumably aimed at the hipper elements of up-and-coming Dalston, as opposed to the tea-and-scone types who visit “proper” art galleries), and a good series of events. I’m just not sure this particular piece works as well.
¹ Having said that, if someone had done this on what is now the site of City Hall in the ’70s or ’80s, it might have given some interesting visuals.