The ever-closer relationship between music and art in the modern world is the focus of an exhibition, The Art of Music, which we first had a look at here. Scion’s 4,500 square foot Installation LA Gallery will play hosts to the installation curated by ill-Studio from France.

Artists include Australia’s Josh Petherick, who has worked with Vans California, Tokion, Products, Arkitip and more; LA’s Steven Harrington who enjoys The Moody Blues and has collaborated with Kid Robot and Element skateboards; Swiss studio //DIY who have worked with Apple, Etnies, Nike and other major international brands and also have their own streetwear label +41; Australian studio Alter, a duo of which one member is part of electro band Cut Copy and also crafts the visual identity of the label Modular (which includes The Presets and The Avalanches); another Australian duo P.A.M. loves to push the boundaries of art/culture/fashion; New Yorker Ryan Waller, labeled one of 34 “Young Guns” under the age of 30 by The Art Directors Club and one of “20 under 30” by Print (magazine); Parisian So Me, the art director of Ed Banger records who boast Justice, Uffie, DJ Mehdi, Mr Oizo and more; Sanghon Kim whose extreme versatility has been commissioned by the likes of Lacoste, Hermes, Tate Modern, Air and more; the UK’s extreme-art collective La Boca who once balanced on a scaffolding platform in the middle of the countryside in order to photograph 3,000 spoons; German duo Smal & Paze; Artus de Leavilleon who draws heavily on 80s skateboard and punk-rock culture; Swedish Museum Studio; the Brixton-residing, death metal-listening French; and lastly Stefan Marx who keeps busy on the European scene and runs his own clothing brand.

Thanks to Scion for all the info.