Daft Punk to Launch Immersive Electronic Exhibition Inspired by "Technologic"

Daft Punk is gearing up to launch a groundbreaking electronic exhibition at the historic Paris Philharmonic in the French capital. Revolving around the legendary duo’s 2005 hit song “Technologic,” the immersive showcase will display an array of retrofuturistic costumes, helmets, guitars, animatronics, digital screens, and wooden decor inspired by the track from Human After All, as per Parisian publication Tsugi. Electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk, Jean-Michel Jarre, and Laurent Garnier helped organize the large-scale exhibition.

The exhibition will open on April 9 up until August 11. Head over to the Paris Philharmonic’s official website to learn more.

For more boundary-pushing art, check out Takashi Murakami’s LA-based “GYATEI²” exhibition.

Paris Philharmonic
221 Avenue Jean Jaurès
Paris, France 75019

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