Peggy Gou to add her techno touch to the audio-visual art installation SKALAR at Amsterdam’s Gashouder
Audio Obscura has a well-earned reputation not just for hosting events with surging beats and top-tier talent, but for throwing parties with heaps of character in magical settings. This week, the Amsterdam event outfit further cements that reputation as they align with the kinetic audio-visual art exhibit SKALAR, as well as the illustrious Peggy Gou, for an evening of multi-sensory immersion at Amsterdam’s Gashouder on February 1.
SKALAR is the brainchild of visual artist Christopher Bauder and musician Kangding Ray, who together force a new perspective of light and sound on those in attendance. At once meditative and awe-inducing, the installation aims to speak to human emotion through a narrated journey of light, space, and sound. The exhibition of illumination makes its way to Amsterdam’s industrial complex turned techno-haven, Gashouder, between January 10 and February 5. However, with a style known to take listeners on an “acid journey,” Peggy Gou makes for the perfect inclusion to put the twist at the end of SKALAR’s punch.