Daft Punk prepared big ‘Technologic’ artwork exhibition with particular visitors

Is the Daft Punk machine by no means not turning? Guess you could possibly say they're higher, stronger, tougher and sooner than ever earlier than with the announce of an enormous artwork exhibition that’ll function some actually particular visitors.

Taking place in Paris (after all) from April ninth to August 11th on the Philharmonie de Paris will likely be an enormous interactive artwork exhibition stuffed with uncommon bits of electro historical past, extra importantly specializing in a raft of Daft Punk goodies with costumes, animatronics, helmets and extra all impressed by their 2005 album ‘Human After All’.

According to Mixmag the exhibition has pulled in another massive weapons so as to add to the general expertise with Kraftwerk penning three audiovisual performances, one thing particular from Jean-Michel Jarre and 11 ‘unique mixes’ from Laurent Garner that’ll be performed over the course of the showcase – phwoar!

The official web site explains it greatest;

Since its introduction greater than thirty years in the past within the underground nightclubs of Chicago and Detroit, digital music has unfold all over the world. It has given rise to not solely an unlimited musical tradition, but in addition a political and counter-culture dimension. Set to music by Laurent Garnier, this exhibition examines the totally different sides of the electro phenomenon.

So if you happen to occur to be within the French capital within the subsequent few months you should definitely take a look at the ‘Electro Exhibition’, extra particulars here.