Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of the world-famous French digital duo Daft Punk have conceptualized a brand new artwork set up primarily based on their hit 2005 monitor, 'Technologic'.
The set up will probably be aside of the electro exhibition on the Philharmonie de Paris within the French capital which opens on April 9 and can wrap up on August 11.
Daft Punks creation for this immersive showcase will showcase an array of animatronics, guitars retrofuturistic costumes and helmets, digital screens, and wood decor impressed by this iconic monitor from the duo's 2005 album, 'Human After All'.
And the enjoyable does not cease at Daft Punk. The audiovisual occasion that may current mild installations, sculptures, pictures and multi-projections targeted on digital music. To do that, the exhibition has tapped plenty of legendary artists to take part.
Some of those names embrace Juan Atkins, Kraftwerk (who've locked in three distinctive audiovisual performances surrounding the showcase), Jean-Michel Jarre and Laurent Garnier who has ready 11 unique mixes for the exhibition.
Learn extra in regards to the Electro Exhibition at Philharmonie de Paris by going here.
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