After groundbreaking performances at Dekmantel Festival and the Amsterdam Dance Event, Peggy Gou is back to turn the city upside down. Local party organizer Audio Obscura links "the South Korean queen of melodic house music" with the fascinating audiovisual show SKALAR. An unmissable opportunity for every lover of electronic music.
Audio Obscura is known for organizing exclusive events at eccentric locations. In the past three years, characteristic places such as The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam Central Station and the Amsterdam Tower have already been converted into legendary party locations. The final tickets for Peggy Gou's show are now available on the website.
SKALAR is the work of artists Kangding Ray and Christopher Bauder. The Berlin build artwork plays with the human imagination through light rays, moving mirrors and razor sharp sound. According to the masterminds behind SKALAR, the installation offers the spectators an interactive form of meditation. The audiovisual exhibition can be seen between 10 January and 5 February in the Gashouder.