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Yuri Suzuki featured in the Design Museum's 'Electronic' exhibition

Preview — Jul 23, 2020

Several of Yuri Suzuki's sound pieces, including his OTOTO project (which was recently added to MoMA's permanent collection) are featured in the Design Museum's much-anticipated new exhibition 'Electronic: From Kraftwerk to the Chemical Brothers’.

Also included in the exhibition is ‘The Visitor’, a drum machine created by Yuri and longterm collaborator Jeff Mills, and a number of synths, samplers and drum machines from Yuri's personal collection.

Tracing the evolution of electronic dance music through the people, art, design and technology which shaped the landscape, the show spans the period from the BBC Radiophonic Workshop to the legendary live shows by The Chemical Brothers.

The exhibition also celebrates 50 years of legendary group Kraftwerk, with visitors invited to travel to dance floors from Detroit to Chicago, Paris, Berlin and the UK.

To celebrate the long-awaited opening of the exhibition, Yuri will be releasing a series of Electronic-inspired playlists on Instagram via Pentagram Fives.

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