Designed by Virgil Abloh, Pioneer DJ has revealed a see-through set of CDJs that will be exhibited at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art from June 10 to September 22.
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PIONEER DJ c/o VIRGIL ABLOH™️ Go beyond the music. Genre-bending artist and world-renowned fashion designer @virgilabloh has reimagined the design of our #CDJ2000NXS2 and #DJM900NXS2. His non-labeled “TRANSPARENT” renditions of our classic models are intended to inspire a “different sound while DJing. And perhaps a new way for music technology and human interaction to equal a different result.” From June 10th until September 22nd, the models will form a part of his debut museum exhibition entitled “Figures of Speech” at the @mcachicago. The exhibition is the first to look at Abloh’s work that transcends industries, connecting music, fashion and architecture. Explore more in our #linkinbio. #TRANSPARENTNXS2 #PioneerDJ #VirgilAbloh #MCAChicago
The intention of these translucent CDJ-2000NXS2 and DJM-900NXS2 pieces of hardware are to inspire “different sound while DJing,” according to a statement. “And perhaps a new way for music technology and human interaction to equal a different result.”
The Pioneer DJ gear comes in an off-white and red knobs. If you’re interested in purchasing tickets for Abloh’s exhibition, you can do so here.