Zonneveld, whose unique sound and live technical prowess have captivated audiences worldwide, will open the special exhibition with an exclusive concert on September 13.
The Our House takeover “will offer fans and music enthusiasts an unparalleled opportunity to delve into Reinier Zonneveld’s creative universe,” from his early days playing illegal raves in the Netherlands, to career-defining moments and world record performances.
The exhibit will include a variety of memorabilia and archival footage, including some of the producer’s personal studio equipment.
A major highlight of the exhibit will be a dedicated showcase of Zonneveld’s record label Filth On Acid, giving fans an in-depth look at the label’s history and impressive catalog.
“I am thrilled to collaborate with Our House Museum and share my journey through the world of electronic music with my fans and fellow music enthusiasts,” said Zonneveld. “This exhibition is a reflection of my passion for pushing boundaries and embracing the unconventional, while also sharing not-as-known facts about my life and trajectory.”
Zonneveld has continued to exemplify this boundary-pushing passion as of late, following prominent residencies at iconic events like Awakenings and Time Warp with the creation of his own Karren Maar Festival, which debuted last month.
Our House Amsterdam’s immersive Reinier Zonneveld experience will run from Wednesday, September 13 to Monday, September 18.
Tickets for the standard exhibit experience and the opening night show are available now here.
Featured image from Reinier Zonneveld.