Friday 10 February, 18.30
BP Lecture Theatre, British Museum
‘But sometimes,’ Don DeLillo wrote, ‘the street spills over me, too much to absorb, and I have to stop thinking and keep walking.’ Iain Sinclair considers an old city stretched to the point of erasure, and a walker disappearing into the labyrinth of his own footprints.
Iain Sinclair is the author of Lights Out for the Territory, Downriver and Ghost Milk. He lives in Haggerston, East London.
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