Contributed by Aubin, Posted by The Clash

Mick Jones of the The Clash is in the midst of a five week art project in London dubbed the The Rock n Roll Public Library. The exhibit will run every week through the 25th of August from Wednesday to Sunday at the Ladbroke Grove Underground in the British capital. The event is described as follows:

The Rock n Roll Public Library is Mick Jones's (The Clash, B.A.D, Carbon Silicon) direct artistic challenge to the likes of the corporate 02 British Music Experience. Rather than let his creative legacy atrophy Jones is 'transforming' his own archive of near 10.000 artefacts into one unique 'guerrilla-library.' Set under the Westway motorway in 3000 sq.ft of former office space, Jones's five-week civic endeavour will also encourage visitors to enrol, interact with the archive-exhibition (Jones began collecting well before he formed The Clash in 1976 to eventual international success, as such it forms an invaluable guide to the influences that informed Jones as a pop-artist). Also uniquely by request users will be able to scan (courtesy Genus, U.K distributor of the Book2net Kiosk) certain objects and via memory stick carry them away. Please note visitors to the world's first, resolutely alternative, Rock n Roll Public Library shouldn't expect peace and quiet.

Jones and Tony James of Generation X have played and recorded in recent years as Carbon/Silicon.