“Pixel Perfect” Art Installation w/ 1,000s of Recycled iPods | SoMa
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111 Minna Gallery | 111 Minna St., San Francisco, CA
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For one night only, witness a massive digital art installation by Jeff Grady, an inventor of iPod accessories and founder of the company that helped change the face of consumer electronics, who has returned to the iPod as his source of inspiration on April 25, 2014 at 111 Minna Gallery.
Jeff Grady has procured thousands of recycled iPods over a span of years to create mosaic motifs of digital and 8-bit icons for his first gallery show. Many of the pieces are nods to Grady’s favorite vintage video games from the ’70s and ’80s.
There will also be musical performances by Taylor Hicks and Peter Chung.
Grady has also created a heart-shaped piece that will be auctioned at the event to benefit Music In Schools Today (MUST) and their new STEAM program initiatives.
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