Some are overawed by White Cube Bermondsey’s cavernous space, but Marclay has made it his own. With the collaboration of the contemporary classical music ensemble London Sinfonietta and Vinyl Factory Press, a series of live music recordings open to the public add layers to this immersion. In a large space bordered by a shelf with a thousand glasses of all shapes and sizes, these multi-instrumental performances (some even use glasses)—at times including artists such as Mica Levi and Thurston Moore—clink, clank, ring and rattle in compelling bursts. It’s all instantly recorded, then forged with 100 tons of force using an onsite vinyl press, for those who want to listen back, and inevitably be reminded of a WOOOOSH! or THWUMP! that they witnessed here.