Electronic: From Kraftwerk To The Chemical Brothers exhibition resumes

Running until 14 February 2021, the Electronic: From Kraftwerk To The Chemical Brothers exhibition has been designed to recreate a club experience with a surround sound system supplied by PMC and a 3D show capturing Kraftwerk’s music and stage performances.

“Kraftwerk has been using PMC speakers for many years and compiled their audio/video documentary collection, 3-D Kraftwerk Concert, on a PMC 9.1 Dolby Atmos setup,” says PMC Business Development Manager Chris Allen. “The system we are installing at The Design Museum will complement the signal accuracy, excellent dispersion and unparalleled level of image integrity of their main system and allow the museum to convey the clarity and transient response that Kraftwerk demand.”

A spokesperson for Kraftwerk says the band invited PMC to support them at the London electro exhibition because they wanted to recreate the same sonic experience for the public as they have in their Kling Klang Studio in Düsseldorf.

The exhibition also includes a three-dimensional reproduction of a Chemical Brothers live show and over 400 objects from the likes of Detroit techno legends Jeff Mills and Richie Hawtin, Haçienda designer Ben Kelly and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. Tickets are priced at £16 for weekdays and £18 for weekends and you can find out more about the exhibition here.