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COMING TO A CINEMA NEAR YOU: EDITH WALKS & FORGOTTEN THE QUEEN

EDITH WALKS & FORGOTTEN THE QUEEN
With David Aylward, Claudia Barton, Anonymous Bosch, Jem Finer, Andrew Kötting, Eden Kötting, Alan Moore and Iain Sinclair.

CONFIRMED VENUES
21.06.17 HOME Manchester – Andrew Kötting Performance Q&A
23.06.17 ICA London – Andrew Kötting – Iain Sinclair Readings Q&A
25.06.17 East End Film Festival David Aylward – Claudia Barton – Jem Finer – Andrew Kötting – Iain Sinclair – 80 minute Film Performance
23.06.17 Tyneside Newcastle Andrew Kötting Q&A
24.06.17 Curzon Bloomsbury
02.07.17 Curzon Aldgate London Andrew Kötting – Claudia Barton Performance
02.07.17 / 03.07.17 IFI Dublin
03.07.17 / 04.07.17 / 05.07.17 Barbican London
07.07.17 Showroom Sheffield Andrew Kötting Q&A
09.07.17 Watershed Bristol Andrew Kötting Q&A
09.07.17 Broadway Nottingham
11.07.17 Chapter Cardiff
15.07.17 / 16.07.17 Queens Film Theatre Belfast
18.07.17 East Dulwich Picturehouse
19.07.17 Glasgow Film Theatre Glasgow Andrew Kötting Q&A
20.07.17 Filmhouse Edinburgh Andrew Kötting Q&A

Kötting’s project is in large part a lark; and it’s his mixing of fairly serious intellectual conjecture with whimsy, jokes and gossip that gives it its life – SIGHT & SOUND Film Of The Month

The future of humanity will be okay as long as artist, filmmaker and galavanting bohemian, Andrew Kötting, just keeps on keeping on.

He’s Chaucer with an iPhone, capturing the bruised landscapes of Olde Albion and keeping a record of his rambling, shambling pilgrimages, all in memory of fallen eccentrics.

LITTLE WHITE LIES

FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT – https://homemcr.org/film/edith-walks/

At the Ipswich Institute Reading Room on March 22nd for the Suffolk Book League

Iain Sinclair will be appearing at the Ipswich Institute Reading Room  (15 Tavern Street, IP1 3AA) on Wednesday 22nd March  as part of the Suffolk Book League’s 2017 programme of events.  Doors open at 7.00pm with the event starting at 7.30pm. Entrance fee is £4 for members of the Suffolk Book League and £8 for non-members. Students are free on production of a valid student card. Tickets can be paid for on the door or if you want to book in advance please email tickets@sbl.org.uk 

The Suffolk Book League, established in 1982, is a quite unique organization which hosts a rolling literary festival. Further information about the League, including the benefits of membership, can be found at www.sbl.org.uk/

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London Overground screening at the London Transport Museum

One could not think of a more appropriate venue for this move. Long overdue!

London Overground film screening

Date: Thursday 16 March 2017
Location: Covent Garden
Time: 19:00 – 21:00
Tickets: Adults £10; Concessions and LTM Friends £8

Book tickets

Join us for a special screening of the film London Overground, retracing legendary London writer Iain Sinclair’s journey with film-maker Andrew Kötting around the Overground railway for the book of the same name. Sit back and enjoy snapshots of the city in transition, as the film charts Sinclair walking through this changing landscape, meeting various people along the way. Author Iain Sinclair and film-maker John Rogers will discuss the process of making the film after the screening. 

http://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/whats-on/events-calendar#london_overground

 

Winter Lectures 2017: The Last London

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.

To purchase tickets click here or call +44 (0)20 7323 8181 – the ticket desk in the Great Court of the British Museum is open from 10 to 16.45 daily. The ticket prices are £5 (£3 concessions including LRB subscribers and Friends of the British Museum).

LUD HEAT / CALOR DE LUD – Iain will be in Barcelona

LUD HEAT / CALOR DE LUD

The first integral translation of Lud Heat has just been published in Spain by Fire Drill, a small press based in Valencia. The translator is poet and writer Adolfo Barberá.

Iain will read parts of Lud Heat / Calor de Lud and will sign copies of the book and serigraph prints at the Contemporary Culture Center (CCCB) in Barcelona, on 12 December 2016 (18h30 – 20h00), as part of his lecture: The Last London: A City Abolished, within the Timescapes of Urban Change project.

Iain said about Calor de Lud:

Lud Heat is translating into real heat in London, the guilty sweat of Brexit and the political meltdown of the whole establishment. The winners lose. And one of the opponents is now PM. Upsidedown world.  In this Alice in Wonderland it feels just right, and exciting, to contemplate the exertions of a Spanish translation, coming out of Belgium, for an impossibly obscure, dirt-eating text. By way of Buenos Aires.”

 

 

 

LUD HEAT / CALOR DE LUD

La primera traducción integral de Lud Heat acaba de aparecer en España a cargo de la editorial Fire Drill, un pequeño editor independiente de Valencia. El trdauctor es el poeta y escritor Adolfo Barberá.

Iain leerá fragmentos de Lud Heat / Calor de Lud y firmará ejemplares y serigrafías en el Centro de Cultura Contemporánea (CCCB) en Barcelona, el 12 de diciembre de 2016 (18h30 – 20h00), en el marco de su conferencia: The Last London: A City Abolished, que forma parte del ciclo Timescapes of Urban Change.

A propósito de Calor de Lud Iain ha dicho:

Lud Heat se está traduciendo en calor real en Londres, en el sudor culpable del Brexit y en la disolución política de la totalidad del ‘establishment’. Los ganadores pierden. Una de las que estaba en contra es ahora Primera Ministra. Es el mundo cabeza abajo.  En esta Alicia en el País de las Maravillas, parece muy apropiado y excitante observar la energía puesta en una traducción española proveniente de Bélgica de un texto come-basura, imposiblemente oscuro. Vía Buenos Aires.”