Chemical brothers, sisters & siblings,
Experience the museum premiere of electronic pioneers The Chemical Brothers’ sensory spectacle by creative studio Smith & Lyall featuring mesmerizing visuals for the Grammy Award-winning track ‘Got to Keep On’.
The museum will open with the temporary exhibition Electronic:From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers, which was originally due to open on 1st April 2020. Tickets will be released to the general public at 9am Friday 10 July 2020. Everyone with a ticket for the original dates will be contacted to exchange them for anew date.
Tickets at https://fal.cn/38Wgk
Evoking the experience of being in a club, the exhibition will transport you through the people, art, design, technology and photography that have been capturing and shaping the electronic music landscape.
New ‘Safe and Sound’ safety procedures will be in place, including reduced capacity, mandatory facemasks, social distancing, enhanced cleaning and more The Design Museum joins over 1,500 artists in support of the live music industry alongside the #LetTheMusicPlay digital campaign; the new exhibition will now provide a platform to highlight and profile Electronic music artists and venues across the world, within agenre under threat Reopening marks the launch of ‘Ticket Mate Fund’ – a new pay it forward scheme in partnership with local charities that distribute free exhibition tickets in the local community
“Design is an essential element enhancing the experience of our live show. This new installation will give insight into how we work with Adam & Marcus (Smith & Lyall) on the visual aspect of our tours." - The Chemical Brothers
"Our aim for the Chemical Brothers live show has always been to create a visual expression of the music and give the audience a visceral experience. We are excited to translate this to a Museum setting for the first time." Smith & Lyall, Show Directors and Designers for The Chemical Brothers
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Got To Keep On,