Few artists can declare the identical significance both Kraftwerk or Daft Punk in bringing digital music to the lots and popularizing it past simply the darkish warehouses the underground rave days. Between Kraftwerk’s iconic synthesizer type and stay exhibits, and Daft Punk’s contribution to stage design, aesthetic, and branding, the 2 paved the way in which for a lot of right now’s prime DJs and producers.
Now, the 2 are set to be featured in a brand new exhibit on the Paris Philharmonic in France, held April 9- August 11.
Daft Punk’s exhibition will revolve across the legendary duo’s 2005 hit music “Technologic,” in a setting conceptualized by Thomas Banglater and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo themselves. According to Parisian publication Tsugi, it should additionally include “mannequins, costumes, helmets, guitars, display screen, animatronics, and picket decor,” specifically the weather current within the music video the observe.
Kraftwerk, alternatively, will fer three concert dates and an audio-visual animation made particularly for the event.
The exhibit as an entire will probably be soundtracked by Laurent Garnier, who has ready 11 unique mixes for the expo.
According to the occasion’s web site, “Instruments, sculptures, images (Andreas Gursky, Peter Boettcher …), installations (Rineke Dijkstra, Peter Keene) and multiprojections punctuate a course that additionally summons the primary figures, musicians, DJs and inventors who've introduced the perfect vitalist, visionary or futuristic digital music, together with Kraftwerk, Jean-Michel Jarre, Robert Moog, Daft Punk, or Juan Atkins.”
The exhibition will open on April 9 up till August 11. Find extra info here.