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Arts and Entertainment

Video Game Inspired Art & More at 'Pixel Pushers' Exhibit

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Giant Robot's Eric Nakamura has curated a new gallery show opening at the Scion Installation space this weekend which focuses on the Famicom-inspired custom Scion art car, video game-inspired art, 8-bit sculptures, and more interactive elements.

"Pixel Pushers" features the work of Jude Buffum, Matt Furie, Zach Gage, Len Higa, Chevy Ray Johnston, Nullsleep, Daniel Rehn, Shawn Smith, and Kohei Yamashita. Check it out on Saturday night during the opening reception, which includes complimentary valet and an open bar (7-10 p.m.). The show runs until December 11th.

Previous Scion Installation shows on LAist:
Hungry For Art: Food-Themed Gallery Show 'Palate'
The Creatures, Devils and Weirdos of Ed Emberley & Friends at Scion Space
Vice Magazine's Photo Issue Celebrated With Gallery Show