Iain Sinclair goes 'Backwards through history – exploring the spaces beneath London's orbit railway'
28 March 2014
In the Main Galleries, Burlington House
Iain Sinclair Photo: Joy Gordon 'A rant built around the findings of a one-day walk around London's Overground Railway.' – Iain Sinclair
'Writer, documentarist, film maker, poet, flaneur, metropolitan prophet and urban shaman, keeper of lost cultures and futurologist', Iain Sinclair has been one of the foremost interpreters of London of the last 40 years. His eclectic body of work includes such notable publications as Lud Heat (1975), Downriver (1991), London Orbital (2002) and Ghostmilk (2011).
About Soapbox Talks
The immersive and provoking installations of Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined
provide the context for fresh and passionate talks by key figures from the worlds of art, architecture, design and literature, exploring how our experience of spaces informs the way we think about and relate to architecture and cities. Imaginative and inspiring, lively and stimulating, audience participation is actively encouraged!
7–7.30pm; free with an exhibition ticket, no booking required