TheVinylFactoryVFPress LOTI

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and sound. LP sleeves and vinyl. Music videos and music. They’re a glorious unity of the senses and complement each other beautifully. That relationship is also the raison d’etre for artist Christian Marclay’s new exhibition at the White Cube factory. He’s been ploughing that furrow for a while, but, this exhibition (until 12 Apr) sees him invite The Vinyl Factory Press (a hydraulic vinyl pressing machine created by The Vinyl Factory) pitch up and make vinyl magic in front of your eyes.

The sound parts being laid down are from recordings of concerts at the gallery (Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth has played with the London Sinfonietta, with other musician due to play), and the sleeves are being printed on screen printing equipment operated by Coriander Studio.

Vinyl Factory LOTI

Its art you can hear, see and touch, and should be an absolute treat for art, music and vinyl lovers.

Until Sun 12th April 2015
North Galleries, South Galleries and 9 x 9 x 9, Bermondsey