Explore the evolution of electronic music in a new exhibition at London’s Design Museum

Featuring a 3D Kraftwerk experience and a soundtrack by Laurent Garnier. 

London’s Design Museum will host a new exhibition this April that explores the evolution of electronic music through art, design, technology and photography.

Visitors will be able to step inside the visual world of The Chemical Brothers, as visuals and lights interact to create a new three-dimensional experience similar to that of their live show, whilst a second 3D experience will celebrate 50 years of pioneering electronic group Kraftwerk.

Featuring over 400 objects, the exhibition will take you to dance floors across the globe, focusing on the scenes of cities like Detroit, Berlin and Manchester via the works of artists including Jeff Mills, Haçienda designer Ben Kelly and Aphex Twin visual creator, Weirdcore.

The exhibition will be soundtracked by Laurent Garnier, who’s curation will be coordinated to the lighting and video of the exhibtion.

Running from April 1st to July 26th, check a collection of images out below.

Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers runs from April 1st to July 26th.

Featured Images: Gil Lefauconnier, Jacob Khrist

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