Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of the iconic and world-renowned French electronic duo Daft Punk are about to actualize a new art installation based on their 2005 hit, Technologic. Set to launch this April at the electro exhibition of Philharmonie de Paris, the show as a whole aims to highlight the history and evolution of electronic music “through the discovery of its culture, including its aesthetics, imaginaries, technological innovations, main figureheads, territories and more.”
What’s to be expected during Daft Punk’s art show is an array of animatronics, guitars, retro futuristic costumes and helmets, digital screens, and wooden ornamentation inspired by the famed track from the duo’s album, ‘Human After All’. Not only that, but the exhibition will host a multitude of legendary artists to showcase some of their concepts, such as Kraftwerk whom have sealed in 3 audiovisual spectaculars for the event.
To learn more about the ‘Electro: From Kraftwerk to Daft Punk’ showcase, visit the Philharmonie de Paris’ website.