Legendary Amsterdam-based event organizer Audio Obscura is back bringing Peggy Gou at Gashouder on the 1st of February.
The Amsterdam techno cathedral Gashouder will see the iconic South-Korean superstar DJ Peggy Gou headline the night; the location will also host the incredible kinetic SKALAR art installation, by Christopher Bauder and Kangding Ray.
Audio Obscura has also pushed the boundaries of music events; legendary has been its party at Amsterdam Central during ADE or the sunset and sunrise parties at The Loft. Audio Obscura has also delivered a party inside a no-more-used prison in Amsterdam. Now, coming back at what’s the techno heart of Amsterdam, Gashouder will also see a spectacular light-art installation. The music of Peggy Gou, Kangding Ray, and supporting acts will interact in a symbiotic fashion with the visuals arranged by Christopher Bauder that make up the installation.
The artists will perform in the very middle of the venue; the masterminds behind SKALAR, musician Kangding Ray and light artist Christopher Bauder, will close off with special custom techno live AV set for the occasion.
SKALAR is a huge audio-visual art experience from Berlin that lands in Amsterdam’s Gashouder from January 10 to February 5. The installation is powered by Audio Obscura, WHITEvoid and Westergas. It explores the effects of light and sound on human perception, with the creators narrating the journey as light vectors, kinetic mirrors and multi-channel surround sounds interact and evolve in reaction to each other. It seeks to provide a meditation on the fundamental nature and essence of basic human emotions, where light is treated as solid material for the artists to manipulate as a sculptor would clay or marble.
below you can see an example of what it will be. Tickets will be available on the 19th from 12PM CET here.