Iain Sinclair @ Hardy Tree Gallery video

From SJ Flower's blog

Iain Sinclair, from SJ Flower’s blog

Here is a video of Iain Sinclair’s performance at the Hardy Tree Gallery in London last 6th July.

Some pictures of the evening can be found here.
Follow the links to see other videos: installing, intro, David Kelly’s (&Dylan Nyoukis’) film Gimme a pig’s foot, SJ Flower, Ben Morris & Marcus Slease 1 and 2

Iain Sinclair @ Yoko Ono’s Future Now Weekend

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On Saturday, 22 June Iain Sinclair will be at the Future Now Weekend in Southbank Centre (Belvedere Road – London – SE1 8XX) to perform in a reading session along with other widely acclaimed poets such as Mark Burnhope, Sarah Crewe, Sophie Mayer and many others.

The Weekend is part both of Southbank’s Festival of Neighbourhood and Yoko Ono’s Meltdown, a series of events, performances and live shows curated by Yoko Ono, who will be also present. In particular, the Weekend‘s activities shall focus upon the need to raise awareness, while the themes of future, sustainability and political activism will be discussed with many important guests.

The reading is scheduled to start at 1.30pm. To buy tickets and see the full programme please click here.

Many events will be recorded and uploaded on Southbank Centre website; please also visit Meltdown Fest Facebook Page and follow @meltdownfest to stay informed.

Iain at Pages of Hackney

Launching his follow up to Hackney That Red Rose Empire, local author Iain Sinclair will be instore to read from his latest book Ghost Milk.

Beginning in his east London home many years before it will be invaded by the Olympian machinery of global capitalism, Sinclair strikes out near and far in search of the forgotten and erased. He travels from the mouth of the Thames to Oxford, crosses Morecambe Bay in the footsteps of drowned Chinese cockle pickers, and visits an Athenian, post-Olympics landscape of vast and deserted stadia.

Burrowing under the perimeter fence of the grandest of Grand Projects – the giant myth that is 2012’s London Olympics – Ghost Milk is a road map to a possible future as well as Iain Sinclair’s most powerful statement yet on the throwaway impermanence of the present.

Tuesday 26th July 7pm

Ghost Milk: Calling Time on the Grand Project By Iain Sinclair

£3

Website: http://www.pagesofhackney.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=48&Itemid=53

March 12: possible poetry reading (unconfirmed) with John Wilkinson

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