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Iain Sinclair national Trust Walking the Ginger Line


with Iain Sinclair at Erno Goldfinger's home at 2 Willow Road NW3

Thursday 26th April 2018
Doors open at 6:30 pm, Talk commences at 7:00 pm

The structures we choose to inhabit absorb our histories and leave traces for future generations to read. Iain Sinclair embarks on a series of journeys, to explore the conflicted relationship between sickness and structure. He investigates the equation between art, architecture and social planning. And he considers the notion that we refine our own pathologies until we locate the buildings in which to plant them.’ 

He is incapable of writing a dull paragraph (Scotland on Sunday)

Sinclair breathes wondrous life into monstrous, man-made landscapes (Times Literary Supplement)

If you are drawn to English that doesn't just sing, but sings the blues and does scat and rocks the joint, try Sinclair. His sentences deliver a rush like no one else's (Washington Post)

Iain Sinclair
Iain Sinclair was born in Cardiff in 1943. He is the author of numerous works of fiction, poetry non-fiction, including Lud Heat; White Chappell, Scarlet Tracings; Downriver; Radon Daughters; Lights Out for the Territory; Rodinsky's Room, with Rachel Lichtenstein; Landor's Tower; London Orbital; Dining On Stones; Hackney, That Rose-Red Empire and Ghost Milk; American Smoke and London Overground. Downriver won the James Tait Black Memorial Prize and the Encore Award. He lives in Hackney, east London.

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