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​Daft Punk to launch a 'Technologic' art installation in Paris

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  • Cameron Holbrook
  • 27 February 2019
​Daft Punk to launch a 'Technologic' art installation in Paris

Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo of the world-famous French electronic duo Daft Punk have conceptualized a new art installation based on their hit 2005 track, 'Technologic'.

The installation will be apart of the electro exhibition at the Philharmonie de Paris in the French capital which opens on April 9 and will wrap up on August 11.

Daft Punks creation for this immersive showcase will show off an array of animatronics, guitars retrofuturistic costumes and helmets, digital screens, and wooden decor inspired by this iconic track from the duo's 2005 album, 'Human After All'.

And the fun doesn't stop at Daft Punk. The audiovisual event that will present light installations, sculptures, photographs and multi-projections focused on electronic music. To do this, the exhibition has tapped a number of legendary artists to participate.

Some of these names helping with this large-scale spectacle include Kraftwerk (who have locked in three unique audiovisual performances surrounding the showcase), Jean-Michel Jarre and Laurent Garnier who has prepared 11 exclusive mixes that will soundtrack the expo.

Learn more about the Electro Exhibition at Philharmonie de Paris by going here.

Cameron is Mixmag's Jr. Editor. Follow him on Twitter

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