DUST AND OTHER STORIES
THURSDAY 11 OCTOBER
AMBIKA P3, MARYLEBONE ROAD.
Aye-Aye Books comes to London with the Aye-Aye MoBo, a VW Westfalia high-top camper van, which is parked on the mezzanine of Ambika P3 for SUNDAY 2012.
SUNDAY, the gallery-led art fair, returns for its third edition from 11-14th October 2012 at Ambika P3, Marylebone Road. The fair is a Showing a selection of twenty young international galleries, SUNDAY is recognised as an integral part of the London, UK and international cultural landscape. Housed in Ambika P3, a 14,000 square foot, triple height subterranean space, SUNDAY is free and open to all and last year welcomed over 6000 visitors.
Aye-Aye MoBo is a mobile bookshop, intended as a place of exchange and hospitality, combining the rigours of critical debate with the pleasures of a camping trip.
We sell art books, with an emphasis on small run and self-published artist books, magazines and zines from around the world. Alongside we have experimental fiction, theoretical and radical publications, anarchist tracts and insurrectionary propaganda.
The van will reflect (on) the composition of the art fair, providing a discursive resource, where submissions are as welcome as purchases.
If you have publications you would like us to sell, please bring them along.
During the fair Aye-Aye Books will present a programme of events.
6pm 11th October, the launch of Dust and Other Stories by Paul Rooney, published by Aye-Aye Books and Akerman Daly.
And with Victor & Hester:
3pm 13th Oct, Perri MacKenzie - Performance: 'The air was filled with scent, imbued with life and contradictions.'
3.30pm 13th Oct, Launch of the latest Victor & Hester Journal, by Allison GIbbs
plus more things, come along and find out!
SUNDAY is at
35 Marylebone Road
London NW1 5LS
Tube: Baker Street or Regent's Park
11-13 Oct, 12-8pm
& 14 Oct 12-6pm
SUNDAY School, the public programme at SUNDAY Art Fair is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.
Book Party! with Bob Holman and 2HB #9
22 March · 18:00
Aye-Aye Books, CCA foyer
350 Sauchiehall Street,
A rare chance to see poetry slam pioneer Bob Holman, proprietor of the Bowery Poetry Club and:
"Ringmaster of the Spoken Word" (New York Daily News), "Poetry Czar" (Village Voice), "Dean of the Scene" (Seventeen), and “this generation’s Ezra Pound,” (San Francisco’s Poetry Flash).
On a brief Scottish visit Bob is dropping into Aye-Aye Books with his new book Picasso in Barcelona, and his CD The Awesome Whatever.
...Bob's performance will be accompanied by improvised music from leading Glasgow multi-instrumentalist Daniel Padden (of The One Ensemble and Volcano The Bear)
We're not sure what poetic pyrotechnics will be performed but it will be unforgettable!
And if that's not excitement enough, it's also time for the new edition of CCA's ground-breaking publication of artists' writing 2HB.
Issue 9 features
and Karl Holmqvist
Some of whom will be contributing to the evening's programme.
Aye-Aye at Instal 10,
12th to 14th November
We'll be at Tramway with a selection of books by some of those participating in this year's braver, newer music festival. Including Brandon LaBelle, Vanessa Place and Mark Sanders...
Aye-Aye at SUNDAY art fair
Thanks to everyone who came to see us at SUNDAY art fair in London, and particularly those who bought books!
We had a lovely time. Now we are back at the CCA with books we have brought home with us, and some that came while we were away, all of which we aim to get on the website in the next few days, just as soon as the shelves are restocked.
Launch of F.R.DAVID, the "With Love," issue at Aye-Aye Books at the CCA, 350 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, on Thursday August 26th 2010, 5.30pm ...plus: a unsolicited bootleg of "For the blind man in the dark room looking for the black cat that isn't there"
F.R.DAVID is a journal (published by de Appel, Amsterdam, edited by Will Holder) which focuses on the status of language, writing and text in contemporary art practice. The seventh issue considers the compression of letter-writing as cybernetic translation - vs. redundant delivery of intention - from one form to another, 'With Love,'
The launch marks a bit past the half-way mark of Will Holder's residency at Cove Park.