Peep Show would not be possible without the help of:

                                        Den Frie Udstillingsbygning, Forsøgsstationen, Dansens Hus, SER Hegn and Leif and Nichlas from Prøvehallen.

                                        The creation of Peep Show was supported financially by:

  Gl. Valby Områdefornyelse      


Peep Show is a new way of presenting dance-theatre and other types of performing art in public space.

When viewing performances inside the installation, members of the audience have a choice between four different sound-tracks that can all be mixed at will.

In this way, the creator/performer lets them have more power over their own experience, instead of feeding them a complete finished "package".

This allows the audience to be immersed in the performances in a new way, and puts the experience in between the viewing of art and the playing of a game while still being both.

an audience mixer

Audience Quotes:

“That was incredibly, extremely cool! Wow. Why haven’t I seen something like this before?”

“...wonderful to be invited to participate in a playful cultural event; one that is giving and generous in it’s form. Thank you!”

Idea, concept and design by Jens Bäckvall


"Bells from Hell", "Quick Guitar" and "Dark Mood" by Jens Bäckvall, "Jah MP" by Daniel Vinther, “Igloo music 1-4” by Anna Katrin Egilstrøð

Choreography and performance (2012):

Christian Adelhorst Rossil, Jens Bäckvall, Margôt Kuiper, Tenna Wig.

Dancers/performers in 2011:

Christian Adelhorst Rossil, Jens Bäckvall, Diana Knudsen, Lars Lundin, Mette Aakjær.

Puljen Moderne Dans på Turné in cooperation with Aarhus Festival