Christian Marclay, the Artist behind the beautiful installation ‘The Clock’, has a solo show at the White Cube in Bermondsey, including some new work and a range of live performances. The show encompasses all of the gallery spaces and includes sound installations, paintings of onomatopoeia taken from comic books and large scale immersive projection.
The exhibition also features The Vinyl Factory Press, a unique hydraulic vinyl pressing machine created by The Vinyl Factory, and screen printing equipment operated by the London printmakers Coriander Studio. Audiences are able to witness on site the unique process of producing vinyl records, from the initial recording of the concerts to cutting and pressing the records and printing the sleeves.
A schedule of the live performances can be found here.
You should go.
Whilst visiting, you could pop into Southerden Patisserie on Bermondsey Street to see Eley Kishimoto’s new interior design.
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