17:00 - 21:00 - Copeland Book Market Launch including publication launches from ADAD Books, Art Licks, Tom Lovelace, Universe Magazine & WassinkLundgren.
18:00 - 21:00 - Jimmy Merris & CBM: Awesome Books from Africa Mate
A selection of books will be displayed in the trunk of Merris’ car as a temporary addition to his installation for Bold Tendencies ‘Awesome Tapes from Africa Mate’.
19:00 - 21:00 - The White Review Issue Eight Launch
An evening of (brief) poetry readings and music in the auditorium.
18:00 - 19.30 - DoBeDo presents ‘Reely and Truly’
Screenings in the auditorium. For more info see www.dobedo.co.uk
Jeremy Deller: It’s a Kind of English Magic
17:00 - 21:00 - The Vinyl Factory Record Shop: a presentation of the labels’ collaborations between music & visual arts.
19.00 - 20.00 - Launch and signing for English Magic book & EP.
21.00 - 22.00 - The first UK performance of the Melodians Steel Orchestra performing Jeremy Deller’s English Magic.
23:00 - 02.00 - Copeland Book Market afterparty with Preston is my Paris & Friends
Peckham Liberal Club, 24 Elm Grove, SE15 5DE. Soul / Psych / Electronica / Library / Techno.£3 entry - No entry after midnight.
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12:00 - Robert Gardner: Forest of Bliss (1986, 90 minutes)
A genre-defining ethnographic film, presented by Lewis Chaplin, about a day in the holy city ofBenares, India.
14:00 - 50 years after Twentysix Gasoline Stations
Clive Phillpot and Gustavo Grandal Montero talk about artists’s books. Organised by the Art Libraries Journal to mark the publication of a new issue dedicated to artist’s books.
13:00 - 19:00 - Throughout the day conversations will be recorded at the Copeland Central Café involving participants, visiting professionals and the general public.
16:00 - Universe Magazine Reading Group
Lucy Mercer and Federico Campagna read the Presocratic Philosophers.
17:00 - Banner Repeater Reading Group
Hosted by Ami Clarke, Eleanor Vonne Brown (X Marks the Bökship) & Arnaud Desjardin (The Everyday Press) this reading group will look at Triple Canopy’s recent publication The Binder and the Server.
Paul Purgas: Signal
13:00 - 19:00 - Signal Record Stall: compiled by Paul Purgas and Jennifer Lucy Allan from The Wire, presenting a selection of labels including PAN, Alku, Hundebiss and raster-noton.
19:30 - 23.00 : a curated evening of film, sound and performance. Featuring films by John Latham, Mark Titchner, Lis Rhodes, Laura Buckley and Ulla von Brandenburg plus performances by Nicky Teegan, Mark Pilkington (Strange Attractor), Hannah Sawtell and Dominic Butler (Factory Floor).
14:00 - Sophie Cundale: Prologue (2013, 25 minutes)
Prologue is a film which explores relationships and the boundaries of subjectivity.
15:00 - Marco Martins & André Príncipe: Traces of a Diary (2010, 74 minutes)
This film records a series of encounters with photographers such as Daido Moriyama and Nobuyushi Araki, amongst others.Príncipe will be in a Skype conversation with Aron Morel from Morel Books after the film.
16:00 - Notting Hill Editions present ‘Attention! Joshua Cohen in conversation with Leo Robson’
For more information see: www.nottinghilleditions.com/events
17.45 - Clare Pollard launches her new translation of Ovid’s ‘Heroines’ with a short lecture and performance.
18:30 - Clinic and SSYK Poetry Reading
Showcasing their latest anthologies and including readings by Rachael Allen, Amy Blakemore, Kit Buchan, Lamorna Elmer, Sam Buchan-Watts, Henry King and Jack Underwood.
Sunset (around 21:00) - Colden Drystone
An improvised audio performance by Colden Drystone (Tom Barnett) using material collected and created at Copeland Book Market.