These images, taken from a wider body of work, hint at the large-scale changes underway within the town, borough and city, as the worlds of property development, commerce and politics collide.
James Duncan Clark is an artist living and working in south London. His work frequently explores themes around consumption and capitalism, often focusing on marks left behind in the landscape.
You can see more of his work here: www.jamesduncanclark.com and follow him on Instagram and Twitter at @james_d_clark
Founded in 2012, the London Arts Board is a disused municipal notice board on the corner of Peckham Road and Vestry Road, Camberwell.
It is now a gallery dedicated to giving emerging artists the chance to have a solo exhibition in London. This current display is part of a new series of pop-ups kindly supported by Lewisham Library.