PIXINITY: A PIXEL PLAYSPACE
Don’t let your kids be cooped up at home, bored all weekend! Instead transport them to our family-friendly digital wonderland! Pixinity NYC is the ultimate playground where your kid’s imagination can run wild right in the heart of Soho.
Travel though our captivating universe as you navigate your way through a futuristic land full of fun, colorful spaces that feature more than 100 individual pieces of sculptures, pixel art, emoji-like characters, digital and gaming icons, and computer-inspired imagery.
Bring everyone out for a family fun day at our unforgettable, immersive pop-up art installation and capture some pixel-perfect memories that’ll last a lifetime!
1 York Street
New York, NY 10013
(enter on the corner of 6th Ave & Laight St)
Monday 10:30AM – 8PM
Tuesday 11:30AM – 8PM
Wednesday 10:30AM – 8PM
Thursday 10:30AM – 8PM
(last show time is 7:30PM Mon-Thurs)
Friday – Sunday: 10:30AM –8:30PM
(last show time is 8PM Fri-Sun)
BORN TO SHINE
‘BORN TO SHINE’ is Pixinity's philanthropic collaboration with Autism Speaks, as both share the goal of raising social awareness for those affected by autism. As part of this program, a portion of sales will be donated to support autism research and patients.
The artist behind Pixinity, Tianyu Qiu, has a family member diagnosed with autism and although they struggle with verbal communication, the two are able to communicate with computers, the internet, and iconographic symbols. In this exhibition, he replicates and creates a digital world for kids, families and all others to have fun and enjoy a fairyland of pixels.
“It is my goal to use Pixinity as a platform for autism awareness and spark a much needed dialogue about autism support,” says artist Tianyu Qiu. “With this in mind, we launched ‘Born To Shine,’ our philanthropic arm that helps and supports autistic children and their families. We are thrilled to be partnering with Autism Speaks, one of the leading autism support organizations nationally, for this exhibit.”
For more information on Autism Speaks, please visit www.autismspeaks.org.